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Gain A Complete View Of A Candidate’s Personality And How They Might Behave On The Job
(The Workplace Personality Inventory (HWPI) was discontinued as of January 1, 2015 and replaced with the WPI-II – see below.)
It is an innovative assessment based around sixteen key work styles, or work-related personality traits, shown to be important to job success in a wide range of occupations. In addition to the sixteen work styles, the HWPI contains an “Unlikely Virtuesâ€ scale designed to identify individuals who present an overly favorable image of themselves in responding to questions.
Use the HWPI in your organization to:
• Identify 16 key personality competencies necessary for success in a job (or customize the scales to fit a specific job): Achievement/Effort, Persistence, Initiative, Leadership Orientation, Cooperation, Concern for Others, Social Orientation, Self-Control, Stress Tolerance, Adaptability/Flexibility, Dependability, Attention to Detail, Integrity/Dutifulness, Independence, Innovation, Analytical Thinking
• Reduce turnover and increase productivity when you hire individuals with the personal style that best meets your needs.
• Detect response distortion, often referred to as “faking”.
• Predict what people might say and do in specified job-related contexts.
• Executives & Directors
• Customer Service Reps.
• Working Adults in the United States
• Administrative Personnel
New Version – Workplace Personality Inventory II
The Workplace Personality Inventory – II (WPI-II) is a flexible assessment that builds upon the original WPI that measures 16 work styles directly tied to the Department of Labor’s O*Net database of key traits for a wide range of jobs. In addition to the original sixteen Work Style scales, the WPI-II describes pertinent job-related traits as summarized in six Domain scales. The traits assessed with the WPI–II comprise six domains: Achievement Orientation, Interpersonal Orientation, Social Influence, Self Adjustment, Conscientiousness, and Practical Intelligence.
Included is a fake-resistant “Unlikely Virtues” scale designed to identify individuals who provide overly favorable responses to questions. The WPI-II measures personality-based factors that are proven to predict success in a wide range of O*Net defined jobs. Administration time is approximately 35 minutes (untimed).
• Administrative Support
• Customer Service Reps.
• General Labour
• Sales Reps.
• Skilled Trades
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