Evidence-based recruitment that supports business performance
Motivated high performers don’t grow on trees. From the smallest of companies to the largest of organisations one of the central future challenges is to professionalise a non-biased methodology for attracting, hiring and retaining the right employees. To truly value people, workflows need to eliminate bias and embrace the rising demand for transparency.
Building best practices on hard facts is a great leap forward. Why? Because it capacitates key personnel to build a more open environment, where success becomes a matter of fitting characteristics and profiles on the personal level with clearly defined KPIs on the performance level.
Seek and employ: Instant job and profile match
As part of the METIS platform, OPTO is an online personality test based on the Big Five model that measures the most important dimensions of personality for performance and job success. OPTO’s self-explanatory and intuitive management and reporting tools create analytics and decision support that defines the next generation of attracting, sourcing, acquiring and developing talent. You get
• Data-driven candidate assessment that improves quality of decisions in recruiting
• Analytical insight with objective job and business performance criteria
• Digitalisation that creates internal efficiencies and lowers cost
• Graphic, user-friendly, intuitive and scalable output matching different roles and reporting needs
OPTO gives you all the advantages of data, analytics and digitalisation of processes, including lower cost per hire and total cost-of-ownership. And it’s open for collaboration with almost any end-to-end HR platform and future 3rd party solutions.
The English language version of OPTO is a Registered Test with the Psychological Testing Centre (PTC) of the British Psychological Society (BPS).
This registration signifies that a test meets the BPS standards in terms of the quality of the test’s technical and user documentation, the quality of the test materials, the test’s validity, reliability, and the provision of norms or other information necessary for meaningful interpretation of scores.