Employee Trust Assessment

Employee Trust Assessment

Step One Survey II®

Profile-XTsatisfaction-guaranteeOur Step One Survey II® (SOSII) is a brief, pre-hire assessment that measures an individual’s basic work-related values. It is used primarily as a screening tool early in the candidate selection process.

This assessment provides valid insight into an applicant’s:

  • Work ethic
  • Reliability
  • Integrity
  • Propensity for substance abuse
  • Attitudes toward theft including property, data, and time.

 

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Trust Assessment, Why?How does it workWhat do you Learn

It’s a startling fact – employee theft and fraud averages $9.00 a day per employee! That’s about $2,000 per employee subtracted from your bottom line every year. While all employees have opportunities to steal, an employer’s risk increases as people advance to upper levels of responsibility. High ranking executives have been known to embezzle tens of thousands – even millions of dollars. Could there be a better reason to hire people worthy of your trust? SOSII helps organizations reduce hiring risk in a quick and cost effective manner. 

Prior to assessing candidates, we help you select the most appropriate performance model to measure the candidate against. Once established, we deliver the assessment directly to the candidate via email. The assessment does not need to be monitored, so the candidate can take it from any computer with Internet access.

The system instantly scores the assessment and informs the hiring managers where they can access the results.

SOSII helps organizations reduce hiring risk in a quick and cost effective manner. It is a scientifically designed assessment tool that helps answer these questions:

  • “Can this applicant be trusted?”
  • “Is this applicant dependable?”
  • “Will this applicant be a long-term, hard-working employee?”

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