Select Associate Screening System — Pre-Employment Testing
Available Abilities Tests include:
Reading - Level 1
A basic measure of the ability to read simple passages and use the information provided to correctly answer simple questions.
Reading - Level 2
A measure of the ability to read moderately complex passages and use the information provided to answer questions that require some inference and integration.
Arithmetic - Level 1
A basic measure of the arithmetic skills of addition and subtraction using whole numbers and decimals.
Arithmetic - Level 2
A basic measure of the arithmetic skills of multiplication and division using whole numbers and decimals.
Graph and Charts
A basic measure of the ability to read graphs and charts to answer questions and solve problems.
A basic measure of the ability to read coding instructions and use them to accurately code items.
A basic measure of the ability to read strings of numbers and letters to check for accuracy.
SELECT Associate Screening System offers job-specific tests / survey modules for:
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Total Selection Process
SELECT Associate Screening System brochure
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This system is professionally developed, fair to the job candidate (regardless of his or her gender, ethnicity, age or other special status), and are legally defensible.
Developed by organizational psychologists, SELECT Associate Screening System tests are validated for specific jobs and industries and are predictive of job success.
– EEOC / ADA compliant
– Cost effective
– Easy data management
Validation and Adverse Impact information
As you use SELECT in your hiring process, keep the following in mind:
The Cost of a Bad Hire
Apart from the traditional costs of a bad hire, which include recruiting costs, training investments, and supervisory coaching time, a bad hire in a customer contact job will have a direct impact on customer retention.
If you include lost production, supervisor time, hiring and training costs, equipment failure, and poor service to customers, the cost of a bad hire can be minimally estimated by:
Hourly rate X 400
Even at $6.00 an hour, the cost of a bad hire is at least $2,400.
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Monday, January 20, 2020