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Hi,
I am ms poonam (HR Exe) in India Medtronic (MNC) i am looking for an interest inventory ofr the recritment process. As i am facing a problem that after selection the candidates are not joining the organization, for the same i need to know their interest for joining the company. To check this can anyone suggest me a tool /interest test which can be used. ?Urgent.
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poonam
20th August 2008 From India, Mumbai
Hi Everybody,
There is no method to detect the interest of candidate if he got another offer after your interview or else have alternate options he may prefer the best this doesnot requires any psychometric test (interest inventory)
Because this is subject of common sense. According to your logic all police stations in India should have provision for psychometric test (interest inventory) in order to reduce crime rate and bomb blast.
Regards
sawant
20th August 2008 From Saudi Arabia
Hi i recently sourced this PDF from the Internet, pls make use of this;though i have not tested extensively. Regards Venkat
12th August 2009 From India, Madras

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Hi all,
My experience is that you can motivate a candidate to join a particular organization or take a certain job, but he isn't going to take it just because you think he's the best candidate for the job. You'll want to "sell" the job and the company to him.
If you have the right tools & techniques, it's fairly easy to do.
What I use is an attitude-based interview and/or an online survey that measures a person's work strategy and motivation. It basically gives you an insight in how a person works, and what he likes to do at work. It gives me an insight in how to (ethically) convince a candidate to choose for a particular job or company.
If you're interested and ready to improve your success rate, let me know:
Best regards,
Christophe
Recruitment trainer, HR consultant, Influence-trainer
12th August 2009 From Belgium, Hasselt
Hi all
There is no test to understand the likes and dislikes of a person and appointing anyone on basis of his whims and fancies would not be a right way of looking Right person for the Right position. As I know and understand these tests throw up ones characteristic and personality traits to understand to some extent the individual.
Madhusudan
Head-Corp Training and Development
Consultant - Trainer
13th August 2009 From India, Mumbai
Hi
the test conducted during the interview process are individual specific. I do not think with the help of psyco test we can know the interest of the candidate.
we need to understand why people do not join after the offer is generated.
Most of the times candidates tend to enquire about the organizations that they get offers from friends and relatives. they may not know any thing about your company.
13th August 2009 From India, Hyderabad
Hi everybody,
In my opinion one of the instrument to find out about the future plans of an new employee is "The Dream Statement". In this instrument, first of all, employee shares info regarding his/her backround, strengths/weaknesses and ultimately etc., why he has joined the organisation and what are his dreams in life. This way the empoyee shares his views about his/her future plans. Although it is very tough to get a direct feed back whether he/she is going to remain with the organisation in the years to come. I had been using this with new employees and have found this information comes up in this instrument.
With regards,
Om
13th August 2009 From India, Lucknow
Hi Christophe I am interested in your "attitude-based interview and/or an online survey that measures a person’s work strategy ". Would you please mind sharing the same. Thanks Petula
27th August 2009 From India, Mumbai
Hi...
Its depend on few things:
1--> Why person is changing job... Money.... Designation.... Family etc
2--> Reputation of Company
3--> In interview, how we are representing our organization, our policies, work culture, benefits etc.
if we care focus above points, we may get some Idea
28th August 2009 From India, Coimbatore
Dear ,
I have one such tool which can help you to understand ,the psychology of an individual ,It will also help in understanding overall orientation of the individual ,his likes & dislikes , his suitability to the job etc .But using this tool requires some training and study of psychology to understand this tool well , in order to make best suitable use of the same while hiring.
Regards,
AS
28th August 2009 From India, Rohtak
My Dear HR folks...
I am in urgent need of a psychometric test to be introduced in my organisation.
Need urgent help to find a suitable one for an IT company.
PLEASE HELP ME IF YOU HAVE... BY GIVING ME A LINK OR ATTACHING A TEST...
Need this urgently... Please help
26th February 2010 From India, Delhi
My Name is Manoj and I am sure I can assist you.
I can introduce you to one such company which has variety of tests for different purposes like recruitment, training, individual growth, career choice etc) with a client base as big as 3500+.
Moreover, their tests are highly valid and cost effective and they provide FREE TRIAL OFFER to companies and consultants who want to evaluate the test and get familiar with the testing process prior to investing money in it.
Please send a request through mail to open a free trail account. You will have various psychometric tests to assess yourself.
You can mail at or call 9885348563

Hope it will help.
16th November 2010
Dear All

There is no exclusive test or method which can make a candidate join the organisation. As far as my

understanding and experience in this field we as a HR/Manpower Consultancy fail to take care of the recruitment process pls. try to follow the below mentioned points i am sure it will help u.

1.Getting the Job requirement which includes ( JD, Salary, Career Path atleast next 2 levels)

2. Get some key factors of that company which can help u to convince the candidate.

3. Moreover, always think you are not just offering him a job it is a career so u should be able to analyse the

candidates capability and u should be also in aposition to say that this job will not create a career for u instead it only can

give u monetary benefit so it is better chose a job which will give a Career.

4. Priliminary round of interview is very important if a candidate is not coming for the interview or starts giving reason why he is not able come it cleary means he/she is not interested or satisfiyed the way u have explained.

5. There is no point in forcing a candiate to attend the interview u have to convince him explaining the + and - about the job.

I hope this may help u.

Manikandan

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20th November 2010 From India, Madras
Dear Mani
I would recommend you to check with Lifo consultant, link given below. I had received lot of valuable advice and solution for recruitment tools. i guess they will provide solution to your industry as well.
https://www.lifeorientations.com/pub...nd-page-1.aspx
With all my best regards
RG

20th November 2010 From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
Hi,
You may try the followring -
1. Holland's Interest Inventory. The assumption of Holland's model is that -'People with a particular interest are likely to perform well in certain jobs'.
2. Thomas Interest Profiling
3. MAPP - Motivational Appraisal of Personal Potential and so on.
But, you need to buy these tests for your company.
Today what is happening in the market is that, many times the candidates are forced ( pressure of getting a job, offers made by comapnies despite knowing the interest of a person, nexes of education institutions etc.) to get into a job, which is very different from their interest.
If possible, offer them a job only if their interest, personality, skills match with the profile.
Regards,
Divya

29th November 2010 From India, Bangalore
No Psycho test will be helpful for this. Please do check company feedback out in market(this can be reason for the same) & also try to know the reason when any new joiner turn down your offer... work on that feedback (it can be salary structure, hierarchy or may be any other reason)
11th February 2014 From India, Delhi
Thanq for your reply. But i want few Psychometric test formats in our company to implement in the process of recruitment. Can you help me with good formats? Regards Mrudula
11th February 2014 From India, Hyderabad
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