Is it important to know whether an applicant is likely to be an honest employee? Whether an applicant has difficulty controlling his temper on the job, or brings a basically disrespectful attitude toward co-workers to the job?
If so, then you need to know more about the Work Attitude Questionnaire!
The Work Attitude Questionnaire helps you learn about job-relevant attitudes that affect a person’s work behavior and that can increase the risk that he or she will act inappropriately on the job. The Work Attitude Questionnaire evaluates a person’s attitudes toward four basic, work-related attitudes:
Benefits of the Work Attitude Questionnaire include:
The Work Attitude Questionnaire Results Report is emailed within minutes of the completion of the questionnaire. The report includes:
● Accuracy Rating
This section tells you how much effort the person made to answer questions in order to present his or her attitudes in the most positive way. You will receive a Quick Reference Guide that helps you see how the Accuracy Rating may affect the person’s attitude results.
This section shows you any admissions of inappropriate behavior that the person made on the Work Attitude Questionnaire. The Quick Reference Guide will give you suggestions about what to do about admissions.
● Work Related Attitudes
This section presents a risk rating (from high to low) for each of the four areas of employee honesty and integrity, substance abuse on the job, temper control, and respect for others. The Quick Reference Guide discusses what the four risk ratings mean.
● Interview Questions
This section helps you conduct a follow-up interview with the applicant by displaying the questions that the applicant responded to in a way that raised concern about work-related attitudes. The Quick Reference Guides gives you suggestions for how to use the Work Attitude Questionnaire results in follow-up interviews.
For less than $10 per person, you can begin immediately to include an objective evaluation of the important attitudes that drive appropriate workplace behavior in your selection and hiring process!