Honesty and Integrity Pre-Employment Tests

HRD Forum One Day Workshop
Honesty and Integrity Pre-Employment Tests

Rp 2.500.000,- HRD Forum Training centre, 9 September 2008

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A. New survey reveals that?

Young workers (age 18 to 24 years old) in the United States are twice as
likely as older colleagues to steal office supplies for home use without
thinking it is wrong according to a April 2006 Spherion Workplace Snapshot
survey. And all those missing paper clips and pens add up to more than $50
billion a year.

“A lot of people that steal don’t consider it stealing. They just consider
it taking things or that it’s a fringe benefit,” said John Case, head of
Employeetheft.com, a security consulting firm based in Del Mar,
California.

WORKPLACE THEFT

The types of cash, merchandise and property theft respondents most often
admitted to were:

– Taking company supplies for personal use (35%)

– Taking merchandise or equipment (17%)

– Giving or receiving refunds for unpurchased items (7%)

– 49 percent of the respondents admitted eating food without paying,
many of the employees indicated that they were allowed to

– 44 percent of the employees admitted engaging in some type of cash,
merchandise or property theft

ABSENTEEISM AND TARDINESS

– 42 percent of the respondents had come to work late without
permission

– 24 percent had left work early without authorization

– 19 percent had abused sick days

– 18 percent had been absent from work without good reason

– In total, 59 percent of the sample admitted to some type of “time
theft.” Nineteen percent reported that they committed some type of time
theft at least once a month.

Source :McGraw-Hill/London House and National Food Service Security
Council survey of restaurant and fast food employees Copyright © 1995,
McGraw-Hill/London House

Nonproductive Computer Use at Work

– Very few respondents (2.2%) reported spending more than 12 hours a
week using their work computer to catch up on personal tasks (e.g.,
banking, shopping, vacation planning), with 18% spending at least one hour
per week doing so. Approximately 50% indicated that they never used their
work computer to catch up on personal tasks.

– Only .4% indicated spending more than 12 hours a week using their
work computers to “take breaks” from their day (e.g., sending personal
email, surfing the web, playing games). Nearly 17% spent at least one hour
per week “taking breaks” while 46% reported never doing so. These latter
two questions, combined,

(Source : Nonproductive Computer Use at Work: Results from the 2001
National Work Opinion Survey)

B. What is HIPET?

There is wide-spread concern about the honesty and integrity of employees.
Most organizations have serious problems of pilferage, absenteeism,
tardiness, employee disagreements that lead to violence, drug and alcohol
abuse, and computer misuse. The annual loss from these counterproductive
behaviors is estimated in the billions of dollars. There was a clear need
for a brief assessment that could be used as part of the pre-employment
screening process. HIPET (Honesty and Integrity Pre-Employment Tests)
was developed to meet that need.

HIPET assesses six areas of potentially counterproductive behaviors by a
self-descriptive inventory that taps six substantive areas of concern as
well a Good Impression (validity) scale.

Hostility
Conscientiousness
Integrity
Substance Abuse
Sexual Harassment
Computer Misuse
HIPET is modular with four “core” scales and then three additional scales
that can be added as needed. The core assessment is 80 true/false
questions and if all the core scales are added, the assessment is 140
questions. The scores produce a HIPET profile which can then be compared
to successful and less successful incumbents in a variety of jobs.

Developed in an English and Bahasa Indonesia -language version, this
assessment takes only 10-12 minutes to complete. HIPET is a web-based
system, but it can be given on paper if necessary (if given on paper, the
responses would be entered into the scoring software in order to
generating reports).

The HIPET Assessment provides three valuable reports for the user:

Interpretive Report: Describes the score in each scale and what it means.
Graph Report: A quick snapshot of the participant’s scores and what level
of concern they fall into.
Behavioral Interview Question Report: Follow-up questions based on which
assessment items the participant answered in a “counter-productive”
manner.
C. Why HIPET? Learn Why HIPET Assessment beats the competition every time

Features
Benefits

Quick

8-15 minutes for HIPET Assessment
Get great data quick.
No proctoring required.

Easy to Use

No extensive training.
No professional Interpretation needed.

Descriptive

Rather than just giving a score or a scale for a trait, Clues tells how
candidate will function in a job.
No guessing or interpretation necessary. Any person can read and
understand the reports.

Business use

Designed specifically for Business Use
Unlike many other tests including Meyers Briggs, 16PF, Caliper, and
Berkman which were designed as clinical tools.

Normative Instrument

Normed on general population using latest psychometric principles with the
ability to norm for individual clients or groups.
Assessment results reflect comparison to general population as opposed to
simply a score.

Faking Scale

Is candidate truthful, or just telling us what they think we want to hear?
Make sure you know the data is accurate

Honesty/Integrity

Measures honesty, dependability and aggression
Includes optional scales for Substance Abuse, Computer Abuse and Sexual
Harassment.
The most modern, encompassing honesty
assessment on the market.

Respected Psychologists

Assessments are developed by world renowned and respected psychologists
Dr. Leonard Goodstein and Dr. Richard Lanyon.
You gain from their years of experience and
know the assessment is built right.

ROI

Most companies will achieve ROI of well over 60:1 using the Clues assessments
Tools are as cost efficient as they are informative.

Available in Multiple Languages

English
Bahasa Indonesia version
Consistency across the world for multi-nationals

Expected Corporate Benefits From Using CluesAssessments

§ Dramatically Reduce Cost Per Hire

§ Reduce Turnover Rates By 10-50% in First Year

§ Increase Productivity Due to Better Job Fit

§ Improved Employee Morale

§ Reduce Workers Compensation Costs 5-15%

§ Identify Future Leaders and Corporate Bench Strength

D. Investment

Rp. 2.500.000 per participant including :

– Lunch and Coffee Break

– HIPET Introductory Kit; (includes HIPET Manual, Scoring templates,
Assessment Booklets, HIPET Behavioral Interview Guide, includes Scoring
Software with Unlimited Version)

E. Participants

HR Practitioner, Loss Prevention Manager, Store Manager, Psychologist,
Recruiter, Head Hunters, etc.

Venue

IS Plaza Building

No Account
BCA – KCP Ahmad Yani – Bekasi
No. Rek : 739 041 0829 a/n Bahari Antono

Information & Registration

Ms Rani

08788-1000-100
021-70692748
0815 1049 0007

HRD Forum
IS PLAZA Building 9th Floor, Room 904
Jl Pramuka Raya Kav 151 – Jakarta Timur
Telp: 021- 851-3661 ; 021-857 9510 ; 021 – 856 4666 ext 1053
Fax: 021 – 851 3661 ; 021-857 9510

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Formulir Pendaftaran HIPET

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Telp/HP :
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Form Pendaftaran setelah diisi harap di fax ke 021-851 3661 ; 021-857 9510
atau email ke Event@HRD-Forum.com

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