Elite Industrial Profile

The Elite Industrial Profile is a general indicator of the individual's ability to perform the basic skills that underlie most entry-level through supervisory positions within a manufacturing or light industrial setting, such as basic math, assembly, and inspection. Other key characteristics assessed are safety, responsibility and reliable work habits.


Measures the degree to which the individual is likely to be candid and accurate in his/her responses and is therefore not trying to outsmart the test in an effort to present him/herself in a more favorable light. The results of this scale should be used as a "red flag" to make you aware that some candidates may be trying to "fake" the test. For example, if a candidate scores High on the behavioral scales in this assessment and he/she scores Low on Candidness, there is the chance that he was able to elevate his/her scores on the assessment by trying to make him/herself look good. High behavioral scale scores that are accompanied by Low Candidness scores warrants some additional follow-up during the interview or reference checks to confirm the candidate's behavioral scale scores are in line with his/her previous work history.
Measures the degree to which an individual can quickly and accurately find errors, defects, and/or dissimilarities when comparing two or more objects. This ability is important for most jobs that require inspecting products for errors and/or jobs requiring attention to small visual details.
Measures the degree to which this individual has the ability to learn quickly, problem solve and understand basic mathematical concepts. This ability is appropriate for most, if not all, jobs.
Measures the degree to which the individual is likely to be dependable, hardworking and conscientious about the quality of his/her work.
Measures the degree to which the individual is likely to be dependable, stable, takes responsibility for his/her actions and as a result, is not likely to have attendance problems. This characteristic is appropriate for all jobs.
Measures the degree to which the individual is likely to follow company safety rules and procedures, and is cautious and vigilant about avoiding workplace accidents. These characteristics are appropriate for jobs that involve the use of equipment (e.g., tools, forklifts, machinery), including jobs in warehouse, production, assembly and light industrial settings.
Measures the degree to which the individual is able to mentally manipulate various objects in order to determine how they might best be assembled or how they might best fit together.


Manufacturing includes planning, managing and performing the processing of materials into intermediate or final products and related professional and technical support activities such as production planning and control, maintenance and manufacturing, and process engineering. Manufacturing tests can be used for various roles such as machine operation, maintenance, machinist, line worker, shipping and receiving and many more. Companies often assess work habits such as reliability, responsibility, attitudes about drugs, trustworthiness, and mechanical aptitude.