This unique program was designed to aid managers in developing a
structured, and at the same time, individual-specific Pre-Employment
Interview. Every day we
read of lawsuits filed because a manager was not schooled in the
appropriate questions to ask. On
the other hand, managers are crying foul because they feel there is no
longer an avenue they can safely address.
The GUARDIAN can address both needs successfully and safely.
No longer will the employer fear a branch manager conducting a
discriminatory interview or a warehouse supervisor overstepping his/her
not just an interviewing process. Unique
to this program is the Evaluation Analysis, an assessment tool measuring
three mental aptitudes: quickness to learn, basic math, and visual
activity; and ten personality dimensions (see Achiever Dimensions),
supplying a subjective view of the candidate.
The GUARDIAN then produces Interview Questions specific to your
candidate’s weaknesses and strengths.
No more broad array of questions that lead nowhere.
In light of
today’s negligent hiring suits, The GUARDIAN also includes a protective
tool for the employer. The
Admissions Section insures that all legally allowed questions are asked,
concerning current drug or alcohol abuse, and recent acts of theft.
Designed with non-inferential, direct questions that do not
discriminate, this section safeguards the employer against third party
injury suits. The candidate
must sign the included statement, understanding that any attempt to
mislead, or falsify answers, would constitute grounds for disqualification
or, if hired, dismissal. What
could be safer?
Many employers value the objectivity of a third-party, non-biased,
professional interview and assessment. The Guardian is used in our
offices, by trained personnel, in a non-offensive, non-judgmental,
non-discriminatory manner. All measures are taken to place the applicant
at ease to ensure honest and direct answers. We use the Final Report
aspect of The Guardian to supply you with a detailed written report
suitable for inclusion in the candidate's personnel file.