One Survey is an employer's first step in evaluating a job candidate’s qualifications
for employment. It has two parts, the first being a direct-admissions structured interview
format that asks about recent work history, record of honesty, drug/alcohol use and
related issues. The results of the "interview" are assessed by the company
to evaluate the candidate's suitability for employment. The second part of the Step
One Survey assesses the candidate’s attitudes toward Integrity, substance abuse, reliability,
and work ethic.
In about 20 minutes, job applicants respond to questions on the Internet, on your computer
or in a booklet. The printed report summarizes the candidate’s admissions of questionable
behavior and the significant responses to inferential questions.
Money - Reduces Problems
Profiles’ clients report that using the Step One Survey significantly reduces cost of
drug testing and cuts the problems caused by absenteeism and tardiness.
The Step One Survey can be administered wherever a computer is connected to the Internet
or on a client's PC. Also, the Step One Survey can be administered using the pencil
and booklet method. A computer does the scoring and generates the reports.