Use Job Profiling to Make Great Hiring Decisions
Authorized job profilers completed the job profiling process for several thousand jobs. There are more than 400 occupational profiles that represent more than 4,500 profiled jobs. The occupation titles used in the database match the titles in the Department of Labor's Occupational Information Network database (O*NET™).
With ACT's job profiling process, an ACT-trained facilitator works collaboratively with groups of your employees to complete each job analysis. Job incumbents serve as the subject matter experts who define the tasks and skills needed to perform a specific job.
Job profiling consists of a task analysis to select the tasks most critical to a job and skill analysis to identify the skills and skill levels required to enter the job and perform effectively.
By matching the job profile information with individual scores on the WorkKeys assessments, you can make reliable decisions about hiring, training, and program development needs.
Benefits of Job Profiling
- Supports hiring, promotion, and training decisions
- Uses focus groups and ACT-trained facilitators
- Offers a proven methodology and reliable results
- Meets requirements adopted by the EEOC
- Our center is staffed with certified WorkKeys® profilers to assist you