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PI Midlantic

  • Validity & reliability
  • easy to use
  • cost effective
  • select, retain, & develop
  • consultant support

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Over the next three years, the turnover rate was reduced by 30 to 40% in any given year.

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Right Person Right Role

The foundation of a successful hire is a strong job fit -finding the best fit between a person’s natural ability to do the job, the requirements of the job and the culture of the organization. Other key components of the selection process include performance criteria and specific experience, education and skills.

The PI® Behavioral Assessment and the PI Job Assessment work together to provide the foundation to your selection process. Before you match a person to a job, you have to know what the job requires. The Job Assessment gives you a road map for the position in your organization, providing insight into the behaviors and drives necessary for superior performance. Each candidate’s behavioral pattern is compared with the needs of the job, highlighting both fits and gaps to make better-informed decisions not only for selection but for coaching, employee development, succession planning and leadership development.

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Job Profiling

Think about one of your best employees. Not only do they do their job well, they are highly motivated, contributing to the culture and morale of the company. What would it mean to your organization if you could determine a strong job fit during the selection process?

It all starts with understanding the job requirements in behavioral terms and matching those desired behaviors with those of the candidates. With the PI Behavioral Assessment™, you can achieve that match. The insight derived from The Predictive Index methodology enables managers to highlight both fits and gaps to make better informed decisions for selection and employee development. 

Having the right people in the right jobs will result in increased productivity, engagement and therefore stronger employee retention.

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Learning Indicator

PI Learning Indicator

Predict natural learning ability with the Predictive Index Learning Indicator (LI) cognitive assessment. General cognitive ability assessments like the PI Learning Indicator are among the best predictors of training success and job performance across all job levels and industries. Greatly improve your odds of selecting individuals who catch on quick, figure things out on their own, and are able to meet or exceed performance expectations.

The PI Learning Indicator is a scientifically validated measure of general mental ability (also known as "g"). It was built following strict standards of test construction set by professional organizations such as the American Psychological Association (APA), Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP), and the International Test Commission (ITC).

Pair the LI with the PI Behavioral Assessment to greatly increase your chances of predicting on-the-job performance!

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Behaviorally Based Interviewing

By utilizing the science behind the PI Behavioral Assessment and the Job Assessment, you allow your hiring managers to evaluate the potential similarities or dissimilarities between the behavioral requirements of the job and the behavioral needs of the candidate. This pre-employment preparation provides data about a candidate’s fit for a particular job and where potential challenges may exist.

The PI Job Assessment, used alongside the behavioral assessment, also allows your hiring managers to develop targeted behaviorally-based interview questions to be used in the selection process. Once an employee is hired, the behavioral patterns and data, as well as that from the interview and other sources, can be used to enhance the most effective onboarding and talent management plan to support the employee going forward.

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