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.
The STA is used to establish the desired and/or required behavioural characteristics for a vacancy. The findings obtained with these tools make it possible to arrive at an objective comparison. They provide an answer to the question whether the employer and the new employee will be an appropriate match.