Computerized Test of Integrity

The integrity assessment includes a series of self-report items in which the candidate is asked about his actions, thoughts, opinions and attitudes in various subjects that relate to integrity. The assessment integrates between the two major approaches of integrity assessment: the overt, questioning approach, whereby the subject is presented with direct questions concerning his actions and attitudes; and the covert personality approach, which checks the subject’s integrity using relevant personality measures (such as internalization of values, self control etc.). These approaches compliment each other and provide a fuller comprehensive indication of the candidate's integrity.

The integrity assessment can include the
following fields:
  • General integrity
  • Commitment to the organization
  • Respect to property
  • Truthfulness (Accurate truthful reporting)
  • Drug Abuse
  • Bribery Risk
  • Alcohol Abuse
  • Addiction to Gambling
  • Violent behavior

The definition of the examination is flexible. The user can define which parts, from those above, will be included in it. This way the examination can be matched to the needs of the organization and the characteristics of the job. The examination itself is adaptive - a series of specific items are presented to each subject, matched specifically to him based on information from his previous answers so that the focus can be directed to areas requiring additional investigation, and items which are not relevant can be skipped. The integrity examination is part of a computerized diagnostic battery. It can be administered as a stand-alone unit or as part of an assessment battery, together with examination of abilities and/or personality characteristics.

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