Workplace Values Attitude Integrity Assessment
WHAT IS THE WVA?
The Work Values & Attitude (WVA) assessment is designed for employers to use for employee screening, selection and development. The results provide a preview into a person’s work values, communication style, interpersonal style, and overall workstyle and attitude.
The WVA reports oﬀer insight that helps organizations decrease negative outcomes such as employee absenteeism, turnover, theft, fraud and violence, AND increase positive outcomes such as teamwork, employee engagement, productivity, customer satisfaction, proﬁtability, and more.
THE WVA IS DESIGNED TO ASSESS THE FOLLOWING ROLES
• Management Level or below
• Corporate roles
• Industrial roles
WHY ARE MORE EMPLOYERS USING WVA?
The WVA helps employers and managers understand how people will “ﬁt” to roles and corporate values and attitudes by providing a preview of an individual’s natural workstyle and default settings. The reports provide insights that lead to increases in positive outcomes such as retention, productivity and engagement, and decreases in negative outcomes such as turnover, management challenges, and poor organizational and culture ﬁt.
YOU CAN USE THE WVA:
• To identify and develop world-class talent for all levels of the organization
• To identify people who “live and breathe” the organization’s values and culture
• To reduce turnover rates and administrative costs associated with hiring wrong ﬁt employees
• To improve interview and onboarding processes
• To manage role changes, promotions and organizational change
• To reduce management challenges, employer-employee work dissatisfaction, and negative workplace morale
• To increase retention rates, productivity and employee engagement
• To reduce absenteeism, turnover, lost expertise, lost training resources and customer dissatisfaction
WHAT IS MEASURED
The WVA measures job-relevant characteristics which predict on-the-job behaviors. The results contain data on each person’s strengths and risks and helps predict behavior in these key areas:
• Positive Attitude
• Aggression Control
• Open Communication.