Labour Screen





Name: Sample Person
Telephone: 555-555-5555
Email: test@test.com






ContentsPage

SNAPSHOT OF POTENTIAL1
BACKGROUND/CURRENT STATUS2
SELECTION QUESTIONS3





#ABABABAB for Sample Person on 2010/08/19



 

 
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OVERALL RECOMMENDATION

PROCEED WITH EXTREME CAUTION

PROCEED WITH CAUTION

PROCEED
SNAPSHOT OF POTENTIAL

SUCCESS FACTORS Low Scores Average High Scores
Self Manager Responds Balanced High Initiative
Sense of Urgency Low Balanced High
Approach to Structure Dependent Adaptable Prefers Own Rules
Confidence Low Satisfactory High
Work Attitude Questionable Satisfactory Positive
Job Stability Frequent Changes Relatively Stable Stable
Work Experience Little Some Extensive

CANDIDATE SCORES Poor Below Average Average Above Average Excellent
Talent
Effort
Opportunity
Overall Rating


 
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BACKGROUND/CURRENT STATUS

Educational Background
Highest Level of Education High School Graduate
College/University
Course of Study

Employment Status
Current Status Employed Full-Time
Length of time in current situation 6 months to 1 year
Job Title
Number of Jobs in Past Month 1
Reason for Leaving Last Job Did not like the supervisor/manager
Worked for us before? No

Skills
Warehouse Environment Very Good
Lifting Ability More than 20 kg.
Effort
Effort
Office Proficiency Below Average
Daily Commute Less than an hour

Salary
Current Hourly Rate $15 to $20

 
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SELECTION QUESTIONS

Initiative/Self Starter

  • Ask her to describe a situation where there was nothing to do. What did she do?
  • Ask her to describe the work environment that she found to be best for her.
  • What were the advantages of each situation? Which situation suited her best?
Motivation/Sense of Urgency

  • Are her activities primarily 'people oriented'?
  • Ask her for an example of a situation where she made a commitment to a difficult challenge. How did it turn out?
  • Ask her what sorts of things frustrate her?
Approach to Rules/Structure

  • Ask her for examples of situations in which she feels she has worked most effectively as a member of a team. Ask for similar examples of working effectively as an 'independent'. Which suited her best?
  • Ask her for examples of situations in which she feels she has worked most effectively as a member of a team. Ask for similar examples of working effectively as an 'independent'. Which suited her best?
  • Ask her about work situations in which she has had to operate independently.