Infographic: Physical Ability Testing: Do's & Don'ts

Posted August 23, 2018 in Employee Testing , Infographic
Ensuring each candidate for a job is physically up to the task is on the mind of hiring managers everywhere. Physical Ability Testing (PAT) is the single best way to make sure this happens. Without it, you’re gambling with your schedule, your...
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What Does the EEOC Say About Job Analysis?

Posted August 21, 2018 in Employee Testing , EEOC
Under EEOC rules about physical testing, when physical ability tests are to be used by employers, a job analysis must be performed to make sure that the physical demands of a given job are clearly and precisely understood. The test must then be...
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Components of a Pre-Employment Post-Offer Comprehensive Employment Test

Posted May 29, 2018 in Employee Testing

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Is Employment Testing Legal?

Posted May 22, 2018 in Employee Testing

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What Happens in a Pre-Employment Test?

Posted May 15, 2018 in Employee Testing
Pre-employment physical tests can be crucial in making sure that employees can handle the physical demands of their jobs before they’re hired. Tests also establish baseline information for managing the employee’s health, and handling disability...
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Infographic: Testing for the Right Fit

Posted May 10, 2018 in Employee Testing
 
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Testing Saves Big Bucks: A Case Study from the Show Me State

Posted May 08, 2018 in Employee Testing
The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) had a problem. In just a single year, the agency lost 3,027 work days to injuries and turnover.
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eBook: Are They Up to the Job? Pre- and Post-Employment Testing

Posted May 01, 2018 in Employee Testing , Safety
Every employer wants to fit the worker to the job. Where the job has significant physical requirements, the employee’s physical ability to do the work is crucial. Yet too often, employers simply take a look at potential hires and decide on the...
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