We invite you to partner with us, in a preliminary
Benchmark study of your top performers. You may
participate in this Benchmark, at no cost to you.
We are making this offer because,
once you experience the uniqueness and accuracy
of our process, we are confident you will understand
its value to your company.
To take advantage of this offer,
complete the form to your left.
exactly is a Benchmarking for Performance Process?
Our Benchmarking for Performance Process is a highly
specific, mathematical, objective measurement of
your company's high-end & low-end performers.
This process represents an accurage global measrument
||Ability to access that Talent
|| Skills & Competencies
With the measurement complete, we will analyze
the data to compare your top and bottom performers.
The result is an objective indicator of the likelihood
for success and failure within your unique company
Then you will be able to hire with great confidence.
This process will lower your turnover costs. It
will lower your cost per hire. You will have a much
greater advantage in developing a world class team
of high producers.
The ability to measure Talent, Access, Attitude
and Skills & Competencies in people is unique
and exclusive to us.
1980's: Construct validity based on random samples
of 40,000. Dollar General EEOC validity items, clinical
variables, retest every 5 years.
1988: Criterion validity.
1988: Validity study, Chuck McDonald and Bill Murphy
with Vanderbilt psychometrician.
1990: Reviewed and approved by legal department,
1991: Reviewed and approved, Drake Beam Morin.
1988: Reviewed and approved, GTE Legal and Psychometric-used
until Training Center closed in Norwich, CT. (10
1985: Reviewed and approved, legal department,
MUNY Mutual, used for all
employees until 1996 when the company was bought.
1990: Reviewed and approved, psychometrics, AT&T.
1991: Reviewed and approved, legal and psychometric,
USPS, Lamon Mosely, Asst. Postmaster General.
1996: Reviewed and approved, KPMG, for leadership.
1996: Reviewed and approved, psychometrics, Arthur
Andersen Consulting, Ann Mueller, psychometrician
and adjunct faculty, University of Chicago.
1996: Reviewed and approved through peer review
of Academic Psychometricians from Harvard, Princeton
1996: Reviewed and approved, legal commission,
Ernst and Young.
2000: Reviewed and approved, Graduate school of
Education, Georgetown University, Marshal Saskin.
2003: Reviewed and approved, Chief HR Office, Chief
Nursing Officer, CEO, Hospital Corporation of America.
(Still in use today January 2006)