Workplace Attitudes Test™
"Just because Ben Franklin wanted to make
the turkey our national bird doesn't mean that you
have to hire one!"
You are about to enter a new era of employee
selection. This is truly a breakthrough and turns
pre-employment tests upside down. Now for the first
time you can understand the values that motivate
potential employees. When selecting new hires you can
avoid the landmines while you pick the cherries.
Simply stated, this test looks for bad attitudes
rather than good.
Without getting too complicated, the Workplace
Attitudes Test (WAT) analyzes attitudes that predict
likely behavior in the workplace.
|Wouldn't you like to avoid potential employees
who may sue you or your company?|
|How about identifying gadflies who would rather
socialize than work?|
|Maybe you would like to know about people who
are likely to be hostile to your customers or
|Conversely, how would you like to find people
who are grateful to have a job, who are willing to
put in extra effort, and who are team players?|
What Workplace Attitudes Does it Measure?
|Judgmental versus accepting|
|Vindictive versus forgiving|
|Adversarial versus accommodating|
|Egocentric versus people oriented|
|Entitled versus unassuming|
|Undisciplined versus self-disciplined|
|Insubordinate versus respectful|
|Risk-inclined versus cautious|
|Non-traditional versus traditional|
How Does it Work?
Job candidates can take the Workplace Attitudes Test online. It
consists of forty-five questions and usually takes about fifteen minutes.
The results come to us and we evaluate it, then send a summary to the job
interviewer. The interviewer receives a bar chart that measures each of
the attitudes listed above, and an overall score that indicates how likely
they are to be disruptive in the workplace. The interviewer also receives
background info that helps interpret the chart.
Remember, everyone is on their best behavior during the job interview.
With the WAT you are in a position to hire good employees by avoiding bad
ones. It makes you a better interviewer and applies to a variety of
environments. It has been used by businesses, health systems, non-profits,
and the public sector including police.
How do I Learn More About This
|Read the new book by Dr. Dale
Paulson and available at Amazon. The title is Workplace
Jerks! Will This Person be a Speed Bump, a Pothole
or a Landmine?|
|Visit the dedicated web site at www.WorkplaceAttitudes.com|
|Call or e-mail any time. We are
located in the United States near Washington, D.C.|
Dale Paulson, Ph.D.
Allegiance Research Group
3213 Duke Street, #803
Alexandria, VA 22314
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