Behavioral assessments identify employees who are well matched to their jobs

How employees behave on the job—how they work with others, manage teams, strive to meet goals, overcome setbacks, or analyze problems—is directly connected to the achievement of job-related objectives. Behavioral assessments identify people with the potential to succeed in a role and can sift out candidates who are not suitable based on the required behaviors.

SHL offers the following behavioral assessments. Each offers an engaging experience for the candidate that reinforces your brand and image.

Universal Competency Framework (UCF)

Provides a rational, consistent, and practical basis for understanding people’s behaviors at work and their likelihood of succeeding in certain roles and environments

Situational Judgment Tests (SJT)

Measures behavioral fit to a given role by assessing the candidate’s judgment of the most appropriate action in workplace situations

Realistic Job and Culture Previews (RJP)

Provides candidates with an inside view of what it would be like to work in a particular role and for a particular company