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Personality assessments are of a psychological nature and are used by Jim Beam® to gain insight into your work persona. There are technically no right or wrong answers to these tests, however, certain answers can have a negative impact on your overall personality profile. If your personality profile happens to match that of the job being offered, you are likely to be recruited for the position.
The scenarios presented on SJTs always ask for a resolution of a given conflict which, although being hypothetical, might very much rely on, or represent, realistic situations that occur in a workplace. You will then be asked to choose a preferred method of action out of a number of possible options. You are encouraged to choose your responses spontaneously, based on intuition; however, analyzing the scenarios and choosing responses that highlight your skills will allow you to better present yourself on the test.
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Jim Beam®’s interview process is many-fold. After you upload your résumé and cover letter on its website, you will have a phone interview with a Human Resources manager. On the phone interview, expect to answer questions about your education and working history. You may also be asked about the companies for which you worked previously. This interview usually lasts for half of an hour approximately. If your phone interview goes well, you will receive a link to tests that Jim Beam® asks its job applicants to take, before it decides whether to move forward with their candidacy. Upon successful completion of the assessment tests, you will be invited for a face-to-face interview in Jim Beam®. On this interview, you will meet with your prospective managers who will ask you questions about your professionalism and aptitude for the applied position. Some questions may be situational; in other words, you will need to tell them about the situation where you faced a challenge to which you successfully responded by choosing a specific course of actions. You will sound clearer on your interview, if you answer situational questions according to the STAR format. Provided you were impressive on your face-to-face interview, you will receive an appointment letter from Jim Beam®.
The Jim Beam® personality test is used to measure and understand your workplace persona. These tests will give insight into your ability to learn new information, adapt to changes, as well as cooperate with your co-workers. There are technically no right or wrong answers to these tests, however, certain answers can make or break your ability to obtain the job you are after due to their effect on your overall personality profile.
Situational Judgement Tests (SJT) are psychological assessments where you are presented with hypothetical, yet realistic, scenarios related to the job in which you are applying. SJTs have become a popular tool used by assessment companies, employers, and organizations to evaluate the behavioral and cognitive abilities of candidates when introduced with daily work-related situations.
On the phone interview, you may be asked about your educational background and working history. You may also talk about your career goals. Be prepared to walk through your résumé with your interviewer and talk about companies for which you worked previously and why you decided to leave your last job place. In return, your interviewer may talk to you about the benefits you will receive, if you become employed.
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