An intuitive Software as a Service (SaaS) platform, The Predictive Index® offers a number of easy to understand, science-backed, and precision based tools that allow you to simply assess, analyze, and predict workplace behaviors so you can better execute on your most business-critical priorities. Each tool takes only a matter of minutes to access and activate.

The PI Behavioral Assessment 

The PI Behavioral Assessment is an un-timed, free-choice, stimulus-response tool that measures a person’s motivating drives and needs. For more than 60 years, thousands of businesses around the globe have used our EFPA-certified behavioral assessment to understand what makes their employees and candidates tick. Use the PI Behavioral Assessment to hire candidates who are hardwired to be a great fit.t

The PI Job Assessment

Job descriptions may tell us a lot about tasks and skills, but they tell us little about the kind of person who will succeed best in that job. This creates a huge disconnect for hiring managers trying to match real people to job descriptions. Most of us cross that chasm by relying on “gut instinct” and pay the price down the road. According to research, 46% of new hires fail within 18 months. There’s a better way to evaluate candidates—one that’s built on proven science, and focuses not solely on tasks and skills but on the behavioral traits and cognitive abilities that will ensure a candidate will succeed in your new role: PI Job Assessments and PI Job Targets.

The PI Cognitive Assessment

Did you know that cognitive ability is the number one predictor of on-the-job success? The timed PI Cognitive Assessment measures a person’s general cognitive ability. Assessment takers get 50 problems to solve—and they’re tasked with completing as many as they can in 12 minutes. The resulting score indicates their ability to process complex information and their capacity to deal with the cognitive demands of a given position. In just 12 minutes you’ll have more information about someone’s likelihood of success than you would after a one-hour interview.