Personality traits define how a person behaves in social scenarios and how they relate to others. But they also determine if a person is naturally good or not for a certain job position. This is why it is so important that you take each candidate’s personality into consideration when looking to embark on a recruitment process. At The Anthony Michael Group, we can help you find the best fit for each position you open.

Personality testing and recruitment

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) personality test has been part of recruiting industry for years. It measures characteristics like decision making and whether a person is intuitive o realistic, introvert or extrovert. Currently, about 80% of the Fortune 500 and 89 of Fortune 100 companies use MBTI to analyze their employees’ personalities, in hopes of getting them in the best role and maximize performance and success rates.

We want to help you determine what kind of person you should hire for each of your job openings. Work experience and studies just aren’t enough to make the right choice. To have a happy, motivated and productive employee, you need to have them doing what they are best at.

For example, if you have an introvert as a host for an important client meeting, he may not be able to interact with the guest as easily as an extrovert, who is naturally good in social scenarios. Or an introvert with highly developed communication skills. It’s the difference between a meeting that feels uncomfortable and can easily get frustrating or one where everyone walks out motivated and your team stays on top of their game.

recruitment for regulatory affairs

Recruitment for Regulatory Affairs

If you need recruits for biotech, pharmaceuticals and regulatory affairs, we are the team you want by your side in the process of finding the perfect recruits. Tell us what you need, and we will search for the profile and personalities that feel as if they were tailor-made for the job.

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