60+ years. 20+ million assessments taken. A proven track record of validity.
Since 1955, The Predictive Index Behavioral Assessment™ has exhibited a proven track record for solving business challenges large and small. And our unique approach to client education and knowledge transfer ensures swift adoption, direct ROI and measurable impact on your organization’s performance metrics.
The Predictive Index Behavioral Assessment™ is scientifically validated against populations large enough to be used for many jobs, in an array of industries across the globe. With nearly 500 criterion-related validity studies across jobs and locations the PI Behavioral Assessment™ has consistently supported the relationship of behavior to important workplace outcomes such as tenure, turnover, sales and customer satisfaction.
The Predictive Index has over 50 years of studies across industries to validate predictability of workplace performance through behavior.
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Our assessments and recommended practices have been developed in a manner consistent with all critical standards and guidelines. They were designed to provide a framework for determining the proper use of assessments and other selection procedures, as well as preventing discriminatory employment practices. The Predictive Index assessments and recommended practices comply with The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), Uniform Guidelines on Employee Selection Procedures (1978), American Psychological Association (APA), Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP), and International Test Commission (ITC).
With more than sixty years of science under the belt, an assessment provider may be happy to rest on their laurels and bask in their past accomplishments. But at PI we put our dedicated I-O psychologist, psychometrician and statistics guru to work to ensure our clients benefit from the latest research.
Here is a peek behind the curtains at how our assessments are built through science (in their own words of course!).