Jessica Trippler
Jessica Trippler
Hiring people whose natural behavior traits fit what's needed to perform the job is the first step in making an organization productive. At Cabinets & Closets Expo, experts from Brink Results will explain a methodical process for defining the skills for each position, and for assessing current and potential employees to match those spots. 
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"We help organizations determine the behaviors needed to produce the results for a certain position," says Jessica Trippler, a human resources specialist from Brink Results. "After the job position has been assessed through our review and questionnaire process, we then assess the candidate."

Trippler and her colleague Steve Gaudrea will present, "Best Hiring Practices" during the Closets Track on April 11. The two will also be available during Cabinets & Closets Expo, April 12-13, all taking place at the Renaissance Convention Center and Hotel in Schaumburg, Illinois.

Brink Results uses Professional Dynamic Program conventions (PDP) as one of our core foundations for hiring, managing, and training. Our PDP ProScan assessments help organizations to uncover the strengths and hidden potential in each of their existing or future employees.

ProScan is a quick, 96 percent accurate, and EEOC compliant survey tool that helps employers to do what is best for the future growth and success of their organization. Implemented throughout an organization, ProScan will begin to improve communications at all levels, allowing enhanced team interactions and communication between individuals from top to bottom.

ProScan reports measure the following behavioral strengths:
• An individual’s response to problems and challenges
• How someone may influence others to their point of view
• How patient a person may be and how they will respond to the pace of an environment
• How a person reacts to rules, systems, and procedures
• Energy resources (physical, mental, or emotional)
• Satisfaction level index
• Stress levels and energy drain
• Decision-making style
• Operational, leadership, and communication styles
 
Next, a Job Model can be created. This model allows the business to improve hiring by analyzing the behavior traits of each individual in a particular role as compared to the behavior traits needed to be successful in the job. Employers can use the Job Model to match employees to jobs that naturally suit them. 

Matching people to a Job Model helps employees grow with and remain in the organization resulting in:
• Increased hiring success 
• Reduced turnover
• Greater retention
• Enhanced productivity & performance
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