GROUP A (01 to 09)
People with these results look for an environment where the organization plays a key social role. They want the company to provide substantial service either to the employees, the customers or the general public.
They are considerate and cooperative. They look for security and stability, and react very well to supervision. They excel in activities that contribute to the smooth running of the organization and they conform to its standards.
They are flexible and have a talent for teamwork. They look for a job where the plans are detailed and where they can refer to existing supports. They can manage people who are similar to themselves and who are part of a team.
- Their integration program must be personalized.
- They have difficulty managing people who are independent and autonomous.
- They tend to draw out their integration period.
- They can be dependent on the people around them.
GROUP B (10 to 29)
People with these results look for teamwork that is supported by creative elements. They want an environment that they admire and that respects them, in return. They must respect the organization's products and services in order to perform.
They are conscientious, helpful and cooperative. They are very attentive to others. They are faithful, they follow the established rules and value security. They react well to supervision. They prefer working in teams and can manage team members.
A stable job is ideal for these people. They prefer an organization that provides a service to society. They derive satisfaction from the fulfilment of tasks.
- An integration program allows them to be sufficiently independent to perform well within a team.
- They tend to draw out their integration period, which could create a situation of dependence.
- They may be a bit too accommodating.
GROUP C (30 to 49)
People with these results prefer a group environment made up of people who are similar to themselves. The group and the work must be stable. They look for an environment that they respect for the quality of work accomplished.
These people are loyal, considerate, attentive and cooperative. They accept a certain amount of supervision and can sometimes manage a group of people who like to be part of a work team. They make individual efforts to attain the team's goals.
They look for a job where they can enjoy a bit of independence in a well-organized team. They are comfortable where they can, on occasion, play a leadership role without, however, assuming full responsibility.
- They must feel that they are part of the team and that the objectives are their own.
- They must develop their independence during the integration period.
- They like to be recognized and rewarded for their commitment.
GROUP D (50 to 69)
People with these results look for supervision that allows them to acquire and develop a certain freedom of action. They can work alone or as part of a team. Occasionally, they contribute innovative elements that show their personal initiative.
They are determined and demanding. They develop practical alternatives to achieve their objectives. They look for responsibilities and demonstrate a certain level of independence. They are flexible enough to effectively supervise both independent people and team members.
They need responsibilities to perform and can be supervised from a distance. Work that regularly combines independence and team spirit is preferable for them.
- Detailed work bores them.
- They need a certain freedom of action.
- Their integration program must be varied, interesting, and both theoretical and practical.
GROUP E (70 to 89)
People with these results require considerable freedom of action. They want to innovate their work methods using their creativity. They prefer minimum supervision and want to develop practical ways of achieving their objectives.
They are independent, determined and demanding. They work better with people who are similar to themselves. They are flexible with team members.
They want a job where they can develop their abilities through additional responsibilities. They look for work where there is control and supervision, but where freedom of action is given to those who perform well.
- They need an integration program adapted to their pace.
- Minimum supervision is sufficient.
- It is important to ensure that they are on the right track.
GROUP F (90 to 99)
People with these results look for complete freedom of action. They perform without supervision.
They are extremely independent, obstinate and difficult to please. They constantly innovate their work methods and strive to develop their skills.
They are very creative and want to be free to act as they please. The people around them must operate on their own and independently.
- They must be integrated quickly, with a minimum of supervision.
- Complete freedom of action enhances their creativity.
- It is best to ensure that they are more or less on the right track, and not completely off course.
- They appear stubborn and difficult to supervise.