Hiring Performance Report | A new “spoke” to the DNA Behavior Hub of Solutions
For the past year we have made many steps in the direction of becoming the behavioral hub of solutions for building a customer centered organization. Just as a business relies on its contact record database as its sole source of record keeping, we are becoming the standalone and single source of understanding and matching employee and customer behavior.
Today, we made a big stride in that direction with a new “spoke” to our hub, the Business DNA Hiring Performance Report. This report provides a systematized way for companies to understand their employee’s talents, tasks, roles and non financial work rewards. We are excited to announce that this particular hiring report runs completely off of our independently validated DNA Behavior Natural Behavior system. Therefore in the case that you or your colleagues have already completed the 46 question Natural Behavior questionnaire, to understand your Financial DNA or Business DNA, this hiring report can be simply generated with a click of the button.
Components of the report:
1. Desired Tasks based on Natural Talents
2. Desired Team Roles within an Organization
3. Desired Work Environment
4. Desired Work Rewards
5. Strengths based Interview Hiring Questions
The Report: The Hiring Performance Report is a 3 page report which provides all of the analysis necessary to facilitate an interview or review of your employees.
Page 2: On page 2 of the report, we analyze the first 4 of 5 components in the above list. Based on my Hiring Report (below), I should be working in a creative environment, where I have the freedom to explore, design and be curious in my day to day activities. When financial rewards are not possible or always necessary, I like being rewarded with ways that I can broaden my horizons through learning and make my work more meaningful.
Page 3 of the report, provides behaviorally driven interview questions. My 2 strongest factors of my Natural Behavior are Creative Cooperative, therefore these two factors are my biggest strengths and important to be highlighted in an interview.