Do your Candidates & Employees have good Organization?
Create the most efficient workforce by screening for organization
The willingness and interest to arrange or place things in a structured way. On the Wimbush Aptitude Assessment this trait in included in the paperwork trait.
It also describes how willing a person is to put things back where he or she got them, to plan the details of future events and to arrange things in an orderly way.
What the Trait is NOT
This trait does not necessarily measure the person’s ability to organize or plan. It also does not measure the degree he or she has organized or planned his or her life. It measures willingness and interest to organize things, which usually means they do and do it well and don’t mind doing so for years and years.
Closely Related Traits
• Confront Paperwork
• Attention to Detail
Closely Related Tests
Predictor Profile and Sales Predictor Profile
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0 to 4 These people prefer not to deal with structure, systems or set procedures. Low scores do not negatively affect sales, supervisory or management people or any other position, except administrative or organizational jobs. A score like this has also never proven to be a serious indicator of attitude problems by itself. It would be a problem if the employee was required to carry out structured or other administrative functions for long periods. WARNING: If “Attention to detail” and “Confront Paperwork” are also low, this person is telling you in no uncertain terms they will be poor administrators.
5 to 39 These people prefer not to deal with structure, systems or set procedures. Low scores do not negatively affect sales, supervisory or management people or any other position, except highly-administrative, technical or engineering ones or ones requiring lots of organizing. WARNING: If “Attention to detail” and “Confront Paperwork” are also low, this person is telling you they will be poor administrators.
40 to 60 A good balance to organize and plan or do other activities such as be social. This trait in this range would not adversely affect any position.
61 to 95 A high score indicates a person who likes to build a more structured and planned life or to categorize things. They will like designing predictable or structured processes.
96 to 100 This person may be very orderly and have set routines that miss the bigger picture. A great strength can be an equally great weakness. A score like this has never proven to be a serious indicator of attitude problems by itself but the person will tend to be too compulsive about getting things planned and structured.
In general, other than study, what sort of things do you do to improve your efficiency at work?
How Organization Can Help
In many top performers, for job positions such as accounting or administrative roles, we have observed high levels of organization. Screen your candidates for organization and hire employees who will create operational efficiency.