Elite Character and Integrity Profile

A Pre-Hire Work Ethics Test

Recruit Faster. Hire Smarter. Retain Longer.

Job fit is important but good work ethic is essential.  What does it matter if your new hire is skilled and competent but doesn’t show up for work, doesn’t follow the rules, steals and lies, and has a hostile attitude toward co-workers and customers? That’s why the Elite Character Profile is used by hundreds of companies to weed out the “bad actors” before they hit your payroll.

The Elite Character Profile assessment is an honesty and integrity test. It is general indicator of an employee’s work ethic – the ability to refrain from participating in counterproductive behaviors. The employee personality profile test is designed to be completed online by candidates in most staff and hourly jobs across all industries. The Elite Character Profile measure employees’ work ethic attitudes about:

What Does Elite Character Profile Measure?

  • Responsibility
  • Rules Compliance
  • Trustworthiness
  • Workplace Drug Use
  • Hostility

The Elite Character Profile Report includes both total score summary and detailed scores for each scale. Suggested management strategies and structured interview questions are also provided to help facilitate discussion. This work ethics test is ideal for identifying candidates who are most likely to engage in counterproductive behaviors.

The Elite Character Profile helps reduce:

  • Employee theft
  • Absenteeism
  • Accidents and injuries
  • Poor customer attitude
  • Workplace hostility
  • Non compliant behaviors

Elite Character Profile Test Details:

  • 65 questions
  • Untimed (approximately 15 minutes)
  • Online administration
  • Immediate score report
  • Management suggestions

Request a callback to schedule a demo of the Elite Character Profile.

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