RightPeople wants to help you ensure that this money and effort are well spent!
Graduating from university demonstrates that an individual has the academic qualifications and discipline necessary to complete a degree. It does not tell you about their personality, values, attitudes or behaviour or whether they have the specific skill set (such as computer skills) required to be a valuable, trustworthy and dedicated member of your team.
Academic transcripts, resumes and interviews are useful recruitment tools but only tell part of the story. Particularly in graduate recruiting where job seekers have few, if any, referees and no prior experience. Further, academic achievement is only moderately correlated with overall intelligence (Neisser et al, 1996) which has consistently been shown to be a good predictor of job performance (Bertua, Anderson & Salgado, 2005; Gottfredson, 1986, 1997; Hunter, Schmidt & Judiesch, 1990; Schmitt & Mills, 2001).
RightPeople's extensive selection of pre-employment tests can help you determine whether your graduates really are the 'best and brightest', and right for your business. We have tools to assess intelligence, personality characteristics, values and attitudes, learning potential, maturity and computer and technical skills. Our assessments are based on the latest organisational psychology and social/personality psychology research and have been developed in Australia, taking into account our culture, experience and educational systems.