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Process Industry Consultant / Soft Skill
Psychometric Test Developer And Assessment
Psychometric tests has been discussed in this forum many times before.
You can contact one of Cite HR Members, Mr Vijay Pandey.
His reference can be taken from the thread cited below.
22nd June 2016 From India
22nd June 2016 From India, Bangalore
I got a notification about this discussion from CiteHR (It is wonderful).
To learn about Psychometric Testing and its usage in HR. Please fill this form to get an e-book. (Due to copyright limitations, I can not distribute the book anonymously).
It has everything you need to know from psychometric tests (as they are used in entire employee life cycle). (@Priya, since you have already given your email id in the discussion, I m sending you the book by email)
There are many psychometric testing vendors in India and a google search with 'Psychometric Testing providers in <your city>' will give you good results on local vendors.
If you are looking for online psychometric tests, I would suggest you have a visit at www.ThePsychometricWorld.Com
25th June 2016 From India, Hyderabad
You wanted to use the psychometric assessment tools. However, I would like to put little different views here.
You are from Auto - ancillary industry. Supply chains are most advanced in this industry than any other industry. Icon of your industry is Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC). Therefore, the question arises is that have you measured the efficiency of supply chain? To measure the supply chain efficiency, you do not require any psychometric test. In fact, measuring various operational ratios scientifically itself is a challenge. Are you sure that, in your company, what deserved to be measured is measured, and that too scientifically? Survey reports of supply chains of your industry are widely available in the public domain.
Aim of any HR intervention, whether psychometric tests or otherwise, is to improve the organisational efficiency/effectiveness in general and operational efficiency in particular. Nevertheless, HR interventions come with cost too. Therefore, ROI for HR intervention that is under discussion i.e. psychometric tests, would be change in the ratios before the tests and after the tests.
I am aware that the views that I have expressed over here are of too higher order and not necessarily these are comprehensible to all the members of this forum. Nevertheless, brass tacks of HR interventions lies in their business impact and their importance cannot be belittled.
Business Mentor, Consultant and Trainer
25th June 2016 From India, Bangalore