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1.Bernsenter personality inventory-To measure self-sufficiency & self confidence.
2.Thomas profiling:Identify behr.requirements for the job.
3.Delbin team role test:To measure ability to be a team player
4.Gordon Inventory:To measure personal profile.
5.MBTI:To understand personality type.
6.Meta motivation test:To assess personal & mgt. style.
7.David's battery test:To assess technical proficiency.
8.Guilford-zimmerman test:To measure degree of adaptability.
9.Minnesota multiphase test:To measure traits that could lead to aberrant behaviour..
10.16PF:To measure personality factors.
11.Wonderlic personnel test:To measure verbal & analytical skills.
12.Bennet mechanical test:To assess understanding ability. Rgds,RGS.

From India, Bangalore
Hello rgs_mys:
The MBTI should not be used for selection according the publisher.
What about whole person assessments?
Be careful not to use Ipsative assessments in the selection process.
Quotes from "Handbook of Psychological Testing", Dr. Paul Kline, 2nd edition, 2000.
Bob Gately

From United States, Chelsea
Hello rgs_mys:
>Thanks for the information...<
You're welcome and it is my pleasure.
>can you kindly highlight the Ipsative assessments and when they can be used?<
Ipsative assessments are wonderful for employee development. Our team assessment is Ipsative but it is not used for employee selection.
Users need to know that "some psychological tests use what is called ipsative scoring."
If a test has you rank order alternative responses we can uncover your relative preferences but, of course, we cannot compare your answers to peoples' answers.
Bob Gately

From United States, Chelsea
There is a very good manual from the US DOL entitled “Testing and Assessment: An Employers' Guide to Good Practice” which I will forward to interested readers who send me an email [ [email protected] ] with 'SEND DOL REPORT' as the subject.
If readers would like to receive the 'Uniform Guidelines On Employee Selection Procedures' (UGESP) send me an email [ [email protected] ] with “SEND UGESP REPORT” as the subject. The US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Civil Service Commission, the Department of Labor, and the Department of Justice jointly have adopted these uniform guidelines to meet that need, and to apply the same principles to the Federal Government as are applied to other employers.
If readers would like to receive both reports, send me an email [ [email protected] ] with “SEND BOTH REPORTS” as the subject.

From United States, Chelsea
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