What are the benefits of Psychometric assessment to Candidates?
When someone is in a job they enjoy, a job that makes the most of their strengths and abilities, that they find intrinsically motivating, that stimulates them without overstressing or boring them, the rewards are more than monetary – they’re psychological and social.
People who love their jobs work harder and have happier, more satisfied lives.
But when people are in jobs they hate, that stress or bore them, under-use their strengths and require them to behave in ways they find difficult, no one is happy. They put in less effort at work, and the dissatisfaction spills over into their life outside work.
Psychometric assessment helps candidates find a job they love, and allows them to avoid jobs that will make them miserable. It analyses their abilities and personality in relation to the demands of a job, to find out whether this is a job they fit – or one they’ll have difficulty with.
And it also helps employers understand what help they might need to perform well – and how best to provide that help.
Candidates gain a real insight into their strengths, weaknesses, motivators and preferred working styles so they can make informed decisions about their career and their work life.