Veris Created Employee Morality Tests to Maintain its Reputation

By: Glenn Mandel - Feb 18, 2017
References: vegasinc & verisbenchmarks
Hiring the right employees is crucial to the success of any business. However, there has not been an effective tool for employers to "know" about their prospective new hires before joining their company – until now. Veris Benchmarks has developed new technologies and tools for pre-employment assessments that can assess someone’s "moral fiber" during the hiring process. The tool assists in the determination of whether a prospective hire might compromise a company’s reputation by engaging in fraud, deceit, or some other type of errant behavior.

Anyone can now take Veris Prime, a free online test, and instantly see their results compared to white collar criminals.

During the course of its development, Veris sent its Chief Scientist, Dr. George Paajanen Ph.D., an internationally recognized expert in the area of psychometrics, into the American prison system to build a test that identifies the character traits that manifest in currently incarcerated white collar felons. By applying this test, a company can improve its hiring process in 15 minutes and help to protect its image and reputation.