Today’s companies have access to more technologies, resources, and data than ever. But many managers still rely on instinct rather than data when making hiring decisions.
Although there are many tools to help organizations learn about a person: resumes, past performance, learned skills and experience, education, training, structured job interviews, and background checks, none of these alone can help predict an individual’s future performance.
So what other kinds of data about potential hires can be helpful?
One of the key areas PXT Select examines is Thinking Style. This refers to data about a candidate’s cognitive ability and how they analyze and communicate information. Behavioral Traits is a portion of the assessment that aims to determine what candidates bring to the table, their level of awareness, and how willing they are to work with or past their traits. Finally, the assessment measures a candidate’s interests, which will help inform what job they are best suited for.
PXT Select™ assessments provide a validated process for establishing job fit—helping organizations understand people at a deeper level and predict future job success. Learn more by reaching out to us to get a free sample report: https://mdr4you.com/contact-us.html