HIRING IQ TEST 

You Have 10 Questions and 2 Minutes. New Test Each Time.  The Clock Is Ticking!!! 


Most companies track turnover and know exactly how many of their best performing employees are exiting and why.

When it comes to tracking hiring effectiveness, which one of these do most organizations NOT track?

According to a recent CareerBuilder survey, two-thirds of American businesses have faced lower productivity and reduced employee morale due to a bad hire.

Many managers who make hiring decisions are competent in their area of expertise but lack the proper interviewer training to know how to correctly identify applicants who will be 'High Performers' if hired.

Using behavior-based interviewing is the most effective way to correctly assess an applicant's self-motivation.

Research has determined that 'loving the work you do' plays a significant role in a person's motivation and ability to achieve superior results, yet few interviewers take this into consideration when making a hiring decision.

An applicant with great job skills will always out-perform a job applicant with lesser skill.

Most unmotivated employees were great hires but they changed after they were hired due to poor management, unrealistic job expectations and/or unsatisfactory working conditions.

Behavior-based interview questions can give interviewers a false sense of confidence that they are gathering quality applicant information when they aren't.

According to a Harvard Business School study, 76% of turnover can be traced back to poor interviewing practices and bad hiring decisions.