Aimed at candidates with a basic level of education, various Blue Collar tests can be used to determine if candidates are easily trained or possess core work skills, such as literacy and numeracy.
Employers may also choose to screen out candidates likely to display counterproductive work behaviours, such as theft and absenteeism, or who are more likely to take risks and ignore safety procedures.
|Job Requirement||Type of Test|
|Learn new duties quickly and solve day-to-day problems effectively.||Abstract Reasoning|
|Understand verbal and written instructions. Communicate with customers and co-workers.||Verbal Reasoning|
|Perform basic calculations.||Numerical Reasoning|
|Demonstrate productive work behaviours||Integrity|
|Demonstrate safe work behaviours||Safety|