HARM Integrity Screening
Developed by Dr. Ronald Holden at Queen’s University, the Holden Applicant Reliability Measure (HARM) is a 30 minute, 100-item true/false self report online screening tool that measures on-the-job counterproductive behaviors such as interpersonal conflict, absenteeism, missing deadlines, dishonesty, and arrival tardiness to name a few. Employers can accurately identify applicants that possess these counterproductive behaviors and hire the right candidate with the right fit, the first time.
ACE Personality Screening
Career success is highly dependent on the compatibility between personality of the candidates and the job trait requirements. Typical personality screening tools measure the big 5 personality traits desired by employers for specific roles. However, a communal problem with these types of scales is that personality traits greatly differ among cultures, belief systems, and principles. This is where ACE is different.