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Ensure that you hire, develop and retain the best possible talent. Based on a unique, 55-factor analysis, TriMetrix HD examines the Behaviors individuals bring to the job, the Motivators that drive them, whether they possess the Acumen to do the job and their potential to provide the Competencies required by the job.   

If the job could talk, it would clearly define the knowledge, hard skills, people skills, behavior and culture needed for superior performance. Your unbiased input regarding the specific requirements of the job in question has been applied to the TriMetrix® HD Job benchmarking process. The result is an evaluative report that analyzes a total of 55 separate areas. Additional feedback and suggested interview questions that pertain to each area complete this report.

Key Characteristics

This section represents the level of importance for four key areas of business risk.

Job Competencies Hierarchy (25 Areas)

This section presents 25 key job competencies and quantifies their importance to this specific job. Each job has a unique ranking of competencies, reflecting different levels of capacities required by different jobs for superior performance.

Rewards/Culture Hierarchy (6 Areas)

This section clearly identifies the rewards/culture of the job, which defines its sources of

motivation. It clarifies "why" and "in what kind of environment" this job will produce success.

Behavioral Hierarchy (12 Areas)

This section explores the behavioral traits demanded of the job. The higher the ranking, the more important the behavioral trait will be to the job for stress reduction and superior performance. The results of this section are ranked on a scale, reflecting the unique levels of applicability and importance to the job. These rankings illustrate what is essential for this job to deliver superior performance and maximum value to your organization.

Acumen Indicators (12 Areas)

This section represents the acumen needed for superior performance in the position.