PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND
In this thesis entitled “EFFECTIVENESS OF PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING ON THE PERFORMANCE OF THE EMPLOYEES” includes the variety of mental abilities and attributes including achievement and ability, personality, and neurological functioning of the employees. This thesis questions what is the real importance of psychological testing on the performance of the employees? Psychological testing is defined as formalized measures of mental functioning and is mostly objective and quantifiable. However, certain projective tests may involve some level of subjective interpretations including inventories, measurements, questionnaires, and scales. Psychological tests are administered in a variety of settings, including preschools, primary and secondary schools, colleges and universities, hospital, outpatient healthcare settings, and social agencies. The tests come in a variety of formats, including written, verbal, and computer administered formats. Private and public sector companies often conduct psychological tests for candidates usually for full-time employment. Jobs that require high-level security clearances from government agencies may require psychological assessments by trained professionals or experts. Employees have certain rights with respect to psychological tests, such as the right to know the purpose of the tests conducted and the results thereof. Psychological tests may assess an employee's general aptitude, intelligence and personality. For children they use academic achievement, ability, and intelligence tests as tools in school placement determining the presence of a learning disability or a developmental to identify giftedness or in tracking intellectual development. Intelligence testing may also be used with teens and young adults to determine vocational ability. This study identifies the different kinds of psychological testing which helps the employees to improve their performances in the company. The...
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