BATON ROUGE, La., April 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- For the last 100 years businesses have correlated an employee's performance with Education, Skill and Experience. If an employee who possessed these qualities performed poorly, it was usually believed to be a motivational or training issue.
The problem with this antiquated belief is it's very difficult and expensive to train and motivate your way out of a bad hire or promotion decision.
Until recently, only the largest companies were able to invest the time and capital required to develop custom solutions to address employee performance and turnover issues. The Occupational DNA™ (ODNA™) approach to human capital management is leveling the playing field for companies between 100-1000 employees. "You don't have to be a Fortune 500 company to enjoy the benefits of ODNA™ solutions to assist in selecting, managing, and developing your talent, says John P. Beck, Jr., President/CEO of The Assessment Company™."
"At The Assessment Company™ we know there is a better way; we have unlocked the 'code' to Occupational DNA™," says Beck. The Assessment Company™ has helped hundreds of businesses fit people to the jobs they perform best in. According to Beck, The Occupational DNA™ method is designed to facilitate achieving the best possible fit for positions in the working world in which the characteristics measured can be used to help predict job performance. The ODNA™ method works by identifying the individual attributes of those who display the competencies associated with successful performance in a given job. When organizations Break the code and understand their unique organizational DNA employees are well matched to their positions, have higher attendance records, less turnover, higher job satisfaction, and superior job performance.
Occupational DNA™ can help to develop effective work teams, design optimal training programs based on the trainees' style of learning, while helping supervisors determine which approach works best when working with a particular employee. "The biggest payoff is for both the employee and the employer who shares in the benefit of enhanced job matching which results in the company and the employee are being prepared for success in the business world," says Beck.
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