Big5 Assessments are cost-effective, quick intelligent recruitment reports that will help you identify and discover the best candidates more easily
The Big5 Personality Assessment measures the “Big Five” personality traits and behavioural characteristics.
Describes the degree to which the individual is persistent, motivated, and organized, ranging from being highly disciplined and dependable to being carefree.
Describes the degree to which the person is pleasant and agreeable, ranging from being warm, tolerant, and tactful, to being tough-minded, skeptical and direct.
Describes the degree to which the individual is predictable, rules oriented and structured, to being open to new ideas, adventuresome and inconsistent.
Describes the style and focus of an individual’s emotional energy, ranging from being outgoing, dominant, ambitious, and sociable, to being introverted, shy, and quiet.
Involves the degree to which an individual is emotionally stable and resistant to stress, ranging from being well-adjusted, calm, self-confident, and poised, to being sensitive and anxious.
The Big5 Cognitive Ability Test measures an individual’s ability, speed of problem-solving and learning styles. (this cognitive test is not able to be ordered by itself)
The 30 questions cognitive test is broken down into 10 items that measure verbal reasoning, 15 items that measure numerical reasoning and 5 items that measure special reasoning. The report combines all three into an overall assessment score.
High scorers will learn new skills quickly and have the ability to solve more complex problems. Low scorers will take longer to acquire new skills, but once trained, they may be more successful than others in handling routine tasks.