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With more than 500 criterion-related validation studies, you can rely on Berke to provide an unbiased perspective.
Objective candidate data allows you to make smarter hiring decisions.
Berke is a pre-employment assessment that measures personality and problem solving traits that your business needs to make better hiring decisions.
Know Before you hire
Unlike other assessments, Berke is customized to your jobs and your organization’s culture. Depending on your requirements, the length of the assessment can vary from 10 minutes to 60 minutes.
custom hiring profiles
The Berke Assessment is easy to read and easy to complete on any device, making it simpler for candidates to take the assessment on their terms.
When candidates have the ability to take the assessment on their laptop or a mobile device, you get higher completion rates.
People are hardwired with traits that determine what they do well, what they do easily
and what they enjoy. Berke measures those innate traits and abilities.
Berke measures 7 personality traits. Personality traits describe the way people relate to and interact with others and the world around them.
A natural tendency to adapt to people’s feelings in order to avoid unpleasant consequences.
Adaptable people are described as:
good listeners, empathetic, diplomatic, team players
A natural tendency to think positively about the future, no matter what is happening.
Optimistic people are described as:
upbeat, cheerful, friendly, having a positive attitude
A natural tendency to seek order, certainty, correctness, and precision.
Structured people are described as:
detail oriented, safety oriented, punctual, reliable
A natural tendency to take initiative in order to control or influence a situation.
Assertive people are described as:
self-starting, ambitious, energetic, good leaders
A natural tendency to react spontaneously and to express emotions outwardly.
Responsive people are described as:
fast-paced, expressive, enthusiastic, motivational
A natural tendency to react immediately and intensely, especially when frustrated.
Intense people are described as:
passionate, tenacious, having a sense of urgency
A natural tendency to actively and consistently seek out new people to interact with.
Sociable people are described as:
communicators, people oriented, consensus builders
problem solving abilities
Berke measures 4 problem solving traits. Problem solving traits describe a person’s natural abilities and influence what types of tasks come easiest to them. The problem solving measures are Berke’s cognitive/intelligence indicators.
An ability to think through large, complex problems in a linear, step-by-step way.
Logical Problem Solvers tend to be:
critical thinkers, pragmatic, big-picture people, organized
A measure of how easily and quickly a person picks up and learns new concepts and ideas.
Vocabulary identifies people who are:
naturally curious, resourceful, quick learners
An ability to deal quickly with many problems, one after another.
Rapid Problem Solvers tend to be:
good in a crisis, multi-taskers, quick decision makers, intuitive
Refers to an ability to visualize and manipulate objects in three dimensions.
Spatial identifies people who are:
tech-savvy, systems thinkers, skilled computer users
skills and attitudinal measures
In addition to the personality and a problem solving measures, Berke offers a typing skills test and an attitudinal test for integrity.
A measure of a person’s typing speed and typing accuracy.
A measure of a person’s opinions and attitudes towards honesty, theft, and attendance.