Whether you are being hired or doing the hiring it is important to be honest about your intention.
As an employee are you accepting a position just so you have a paycheck until you find something better or is this a company you envision yourself staying with and growing in.
As an employer are you hiring an individual for a specific job and consider them a short-term employee or is this someone you believe has potential to add long-term value to your company.
Either way, it is essential that both parties have clearly communicated their intention to the other? If an employer is not honest about his/her intent this could manifest as a lack of job security in the employee. When an employee does not feel secure in his/her job this can ultimately be detrimental to a company’s profits. Dishonest intent in an employee can affect their ability to be hired in the future.
Various tools can help one get a clear understanding of their intent before either hiring or accepting a position. The psychometric test takes a look at work style and preferences to determine what position is best for you and if an employee is a good match for a company.