Based on the work of Carl Jung, this test gives insight in the candidate’s source of energy, the way they process information, how they make decisions, and the kind of lifestyle they prefer. It is similar to the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI).
Personality & culture fit
This test is relevant for
All job roles. The results of the test should not be used evaluatively, but rather to get to know the candidate better and obtain talking points for a (job) interview.
DescriptionThe results of this personality test are presented with letters, such as eNfp or isTj. The capital letters represent a preference that is relatively strong in the candidate’s personality type.
The test measures the candidate's preference in terms of introversion versus extraversion, intuition versus sensing, feeling versus thinking, and judging versus perceiving.
In addition to the letters representing preference, the results page offers a more detailed description of the candidate’s personality, and gives tips to both the candidate and their prospective colleagues on how to work most effectively together.