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SOSII: A pre-hire assessment tool

Our Step One Survey II® (SOSII) is a brief pre-hire assessment that measures an individual’s basic work-related values. It is used primarily as a screening tool early in the candidate selection process.

This assessment provides valid insight into an applicant’s work ethic, reliability, integrity, propensity for substance abuse, and attitudes toward theft —including property, data and time.

Our Step One Survey II® (SOSII) is a brief pre-hire assessment that measures an individual’s basic work-related values. It is used primarily as a screening tool early in the candidate selection process.

This assessment provides valid insight into an applicant’s work ethic, reliability, integrity, propensity for substance abuse, and attitudes toward theft —including property, data and time.

Why assess employees with SOSII?

It’s a startling fact – employee theft and fraud averages $9.00 a day per employee! That’s about $2,000 per employee subtracted from your bottom line every year. While all employees have opportunities to steal, an employer’s risk increases as people advance to upper levels of responsibility. High ranking executives have been known to embezzle tens of thousands – even millions of dollars. Could there be a better reason to hire people worthy of your trust?

Assessment Overview

This pre-employment test is used primarily as a screening tool early in the candidate selection process. Work-related values that we closely examine in our Step One Survey II® include: employee background, employment history, integrity, personal reliability, and work ethic.

Purpose

This assessment helps organizations reduce hiring risk in a quick and cost-effective manner by evaluating various work-related values including (but not limited to) personal integrity, reliability, and work ethic. This can help you:

  • Gain valuable insight into job applicants
  • Select candidates that best match specific job situations
  • Tailor employee management and communication strategies

How the Step One Survey II® is Used:

Team Development, Interviewing, Initial Screening, Turnover Reduction, Reduce Employee Theft, Reduce Drug Testing Costs, Reducing Absenteeism

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