Tag: personality

Traitify Raises $12M for Its Visual-based Personality Assessment Platform

BALTIMORE–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Traitify, a visual-based personality assessment SaaS platform, today announces $12 million in new funding. The round, led by JMI Holdings, LLC, will accelerate Traitify’s product advancement initiatives aimed at hourly workers and expand product development teams. Traitify’s scientifically-backed and user-focused personality assessment puts the power of personality data to work for the modern employer. By utilizing recruitment process automation, employers can quickly identify the…

Unlimited Personality Testing for Companies during COVID-19 Crisis

The Hire Talent is offering extremely discounted unlimited assessment packages for 60 days normally $1999 for $450. Most assessment cost between $30 and $300 so this is a killer deal for companies interested in assessing the entire workforce 5 to unlimited number of people!! What companies will get? 4 quadrant personality assessment similar to Disc or Myers Briggs style assessments Big 5 Personality index…

Keep Your Culture From Becoming the Cult of Personality  

This is likely a no brainer to most, but it can be tricky, so worth exploring.  I am a big, big advocate for the concept of culture in the workplace.  What does cultural advocacy mean?  It means I believe: The way people work around a place is indeed a culture Culture is the appropriate word to describe that phenomenon Organizations (and their leaders) who…

Psychologists say successful entrepreneurs have these 4 personality traits

The Steve Jobses of the world have something in common. In fact, according to organizational psychology research, they share at least four personality traits:  They’re generalists rather than specialists. A 2013 Swiss-German study found that while employees are specialists, entrepreneurs are generalists.  Founders have a diverse set of skills — after all, they have to manage the many tendrils of a business. Plus, they tend to…

The personality types of all 50 states

We’ve all heard the stereotype of the friendly Midwesterner, or the neurotic New Yorker. They’re stereotypes, yes, but it turns out there may be some truth to them. Personality and career assessment site Truity surveyed more than 12,000 residents in all 50 states and D.C. to find out if where you grew up has any bearing on your personality. Truity ranked the states based on the…