Screening of candidates
Candidates are selected partly on the basis of the Personal Profile Analysis (PPA) and a SpecificTask Analysis (STA).
This standardized method is used world-wide by a select group of search and selection consultancies. The basis of this method was developed in the USA around 1950 as a management tool and it has since been used with great success in over forty countries.
There are two aspects that make
up the key to this approach:
The PPA catalogues the behavioural
characteristics of a person.
This is used to identify the behaviour
a candidate can be expected to
demonstrate at work.