|Title||Use – Benefits||Type||Description|
|CAPRE-DIEM Office||Hiring, Psychological and Mental fitness for duty||Psychological and Social Risks||The most complete test for Occupational Risk in the workplace, including 34 factors, divided into Psychosocial issues, Occupational and Interpersonal Factors.|
|WBEI||Promotions, Hiring||Soft-Skills & Resilience||Based on elements provided by the Occupational Network Organization, WBEI evaluates behavioral attributes, which are considered to be important in the workplace.|
|FFPQ||Promotions, Hiring||Personality||Based on the Five Factor theory of personality, it is the briefest test available. Besides the basic report, it provides reports regarding work placements and leadership skills.|
|Office ANCOR||Promotions, Hiring, Psychological and Mental Health fitness||Psychological and Social Risks,|
Soft-Skills & Resilience, Personality
|A holistic test that assesses the important qualities of personnel, covering personality, behavior, leadership, resilience, soft skills and psychosocial risks. (77 factors)|
|Workplace Performance and Satisfaction||Annual Performance Evaluation||Soft-Skills & Resilience||Evaluates the current satisfaction and or possible problems of an employee in the workplace.|
|Business Focused Inventory||Hiring and Promotion||Personality||The inventory is a practical, work-based questionnaire that is valuable for use at senior managerial levels.|
It can be used as a self-report questionnaire, by others as a 360 evaluation.
The questionnaire includes four conceptual domains:
• Occupational Orientation: assesses work-specific motivation, this domain considers what motivates respondents in planning and shaping their career path and what they value in a job.
• Occupational Behavior: assesses the typical approach to work.
• Social Competencies: describes the style of interacting with other people.
• Psychological Constitution: assesses how the demands made by a range of tasks at work, impact on a person’s resilience and experience of emotional pressure.
|Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire||Promotion||Personality||Based on the main elements provided by the theories of Emotional Intelligence, it evaluates the control, and the express one’s emotions, which are considered to be important in the workplace.|
|Executive Leadership||Promotion||Soft-Skills & Resilience||Evaluates specific leadership behaviors and provides a comprehensive report across three important levels: Self, Teams and Organization.|
|Work-Related Stress||Mental Health need of Assistance||Psychological and Social Risks||The only test that includes factors, which may initiate or increase Occupational Stress.|
|Resilience Questionnaire||Promotion – Training||Soft-Skills & Resilience||Assess every aspect of Resilience, based on Shell Handbook and elements essential for office personnel.|
|Ability Profile||Competence||Ability||The Aptitude and Ability Measures (AAM) consists of 9 aptitude and ability tests designed to meet the demands of occupational test users who seek high levels of reliability, validity and flexibility. Each of the 9 AAM tests can be used separately to test a subject’s ability level in any of the 9 areas represented. Alternatively, the complete test can be used to provide a detailed picture of his/her aptitude and abilities. |