An objective way to survey job applicants about key issues that could adversely affect your business.
Chances are, you've checked off at least one item on the above list. The Hire Success® Overt Integrity Survey is a tool that can help you identify high-risk candidates so that you can make better hiring decisions, with results that go straight to the bottom line.
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According to a study by the U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics1, more than 2 Million Americans are victims of workplace violence each year. Due to this workplace violence epidemic (which costs American business in excess of $36 billion annually2 ) and with the rate of employee theft growing at 15% annually, smart employers are focusing their efforts on best methods for employee selection. Most companies report that a bad hire costs between $8,000-$10,000, and some far more.1 Bureau of Justice Statistics Special Report: National Crime Victimization Survey
When taking the Integrity Survey, all applicants must acknowledge that they understand their answers are being considered as part of their application for employment with your company, and that you will be relying on truthful answers to make a hiring decision. Lying on the application may be grounds for termination or not being considered for employment.Learn more about the report
Research – as well as feedback from past clients – suggests that applicants usually answer questions honestly; however, they generally under-report behaviors and problems.
Some states and countries do have requirements surrounding the use of an Integrity Survey. If you believe your state or country might have any issue, we suggest you check with your legal counsel.
The assessment takes applicants an average of 10 - 15 minutes to complete. You will have to determine whether this is too much to ask, especially if you’re having them take additional tests, such as our Personality Profile or an aptitude/skill assessment. You can also offer the survey as a second step in the process, so that only final candidates are asked to complete the assessment.
Most of the time, asking these questions shows a sincere interest in finding the best candidates for the job and protecting your workplace. You will have to determine if any potential damage to your reputation could result from asking these questions. We suggest that if you’re really concerned, it’s best to skip using the Integrity Survey.
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We do not suggest you use the Integrity Survey for current employees.