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Reducing Workers’ Compensation Costs Through Integrity Testing

Integrity tests, a subcategory of personality-based tests, assess job applicants for honesty and conscientiousness. They look at only negative character and resulting behaviors to identify applicants with entitlement mentality and lack of conscientiousness.

Between 25 and 30 percent of applicants completing integrity tests self-disclose undesirable behaviors such as on-the-job illicit drug use, theft and violence in the workplace. These negative characteristics have a direct impact on the frequency and severity of an organizations workers' compensation claims.

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