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Well…I have seen a couple of the personality tests on an application, particularly when applying to low end retail jobs.
I've always wondered why the hiring managers think it's useful. If I'm applying for retail why wouldn't I say that I like being around people? I desperately want there to be a universal application, that I can fill out once and submit over and over.
I've been out of work for over a year now, have filled out countless applications, and all of that information is on my resume to begin with. TheLabRat February 13, at 8: First they make you take a Unicru test the 45 minute personality test and you might be surprised that the right answers aren't as obvious as you or the OP thinks.
Then the writing questions. I took one last year when I filled out and app to work the register at either and Office Max or Office Depot.
There were six essay questions in total on that app and not one of them was, "how do you count change if the power goes out on the registers" i. TheLabRat February 13, at 9: Examples of why they are BS include: Finishing the test by taking more than minutes this part seems to vary is an automatic fail in most places that administer them.
The list goes on and one. And again I must point out that the correct answers to the questions are NOT as obvious as you would think they are. The tests are designed to find extroverts with no ambition and just enough intelligence to be trainable. The good news is, answer keys are available online, mostly from HR people who have had to use the tests and think they are BS.
The bad news is, they aren't just for us low end retail peeps anymore.
Anonymous February 14, at In group interviews, a manager asks twenty or thirty people to answer a question at the same time—the person who shouts down or otherwise beats other applicants out in answering the question first, wins.
Of course neither group interviews nor essay questions provide any useful information about an applicant's customer or sales service abiities—but that's not the point. The point is to use people with no management or personnel skills to do the hiring, and to do that, they've got to have a measurement process that is idiot-proof.
Room and Board is another criminal in this game—they ask about a half-dozen different ways what an applicant's 'customer service philosophy' is. Since when are there different philosophies about customer service?
Anonymous February 14, at 1: Can't someone just read it? It's an employer's market, and if we have to jump through hoops to get a job, then that's what we have to do.
I can't wait until the economy is all better; of course I have other reasons besides the job situation. I'm sure others share the same sentiments. Unemployed Gal February 14, at 2: If the employer is demanding this much unreasonable BS from applicants, imagine how much crap they must pile on the employees.
Oh, I also have the Unicru answers from the interweb. They asked for 3 professional and 3 character references, which is just bizarre. Not 24 hours passed and they emailed me a 2 sentence rejection.
Then I went to the local office and they said that they would have plenty of openings for the summer and I was more than qualified. I'm sure something in the 10 pages triggered some 'automatic disqualification', maybe they were even using a 'bot to screen. Anonymous February 14, at 3: In this modern age, I am expected to print out the page with the essay prompt from their website, nicely write an essay on some insipid topic in My Very Best Cursive and then scan it in and attach it to the online application.Written skills tests may take the form of multiple-choice questions or may require you to write an essay describing your understanding of a procedure.
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