We have used numerous assessment tools and psychometric tests over many years. Without doubt, the Harrison Assessments Talent Management System (HATS)™ is the best. HATSTM utilises Behavioural Theory, Performance-Satisfaction and Paradox Theory to measure suitability for a role – the most important factor in making successful recruitment decisions, building successful teams and aligning individual and team goals with organisational goals. Suitability is pivotal and vital in the latter stages of a recruitment process, after eligibility has been judged from reading a CV and checking qualifications.
HATSTM provides on-the-job behavioural information, specific to an individual’s work preferences and behaviours.
The HATSTM suite of reports comprises:
A Job Success Analysis showing suitability and fit with both essential and desirable traits
Traits to avoid
Advice on how to manage, retain and develop
Graphical presentation of paradoxical behaviour related to stress, compared to normal behaviour across 24 criteria
HATSTM is validated by more than 20 years of research in 30 countries, and is valid across more than 6,000 Job Success Formulae. There are more than two million users in 21 languages. HATS TM is used by organisations such as Shell, BP, Petronas, Hyundai Oilbank, Microsoft, Oracle, Cisco, IBM, Qantas, Cathay Pacific, Hilton, Raffles, Sony, Samsung, LG, Panasonic, Coca-Cola, Amway, McDonalds, Dominos, DuPont, Pfizer, Bayer, Corning, Johnson & Johnson, KPMG, Deloitte, PwC, Merrill Lynch, Hewitt, Grant Thornton, Manpower, BMW, Toyota, Boeing, GE, American Express, Aon, ABN AMRO, and Morgan Keenan.
Dunbar Executive provides HATSTM to organisations as a tool in search/recruitment, succession planning, restructures, team building, culture change and as part of strategy roll out. It is also available to individuals as part of their career planning, career management and development, or as part of a structured career change plan.
Ian Dunbar is HATSTM Accredited Provider, having completed the Advanced Accreditation Program.
For more information on HATSTM call 02 9417 2012, or 0411 431 768 or email firstname.lastname@example.org