Hogan Assessment Systems

The personality tests from Hogan Assessments have set industry standards and are used globally. Hogan has more than three decades of experience in drastically reducing staff turnover and increasing productivity.

Drs. Joyce and Robert Hogan challenged decades of academic tradition and criticism to become the first to demonstrate personality’s impact on organizational effectiveness. Founded in 1987, Hogan Assessment Systems pioneered the use of personality assessment to improve workplace performance. The flagship assessment, the Hogan Personality Inventory, was the first measure of normal personality designed specifically for the business community, and the Hogan Development Survey was the first assessment to deal with performance risks outside the standard model of personality.

Drs. Joyce and Robert Hogan were the first to prove that personality predicts workplace performance by helping businesses dramatically reduce turnover and increase productivity by hiring the right people, developing key talent, and evaluating leadership potential. Twenty-five years later, the assessments are used at some of the most powerful companies in the world.

The online assessment platform enables users to take our assessments anywhere, any time, and empowers you to take control of your assessment process by issuing user IDs, modifying delivery, and tracking candidates. Our assessments integrate with a variety of human resource information and tracking systems and our customer service team individually trains new users and is available to provide support for the life of our relationship. Finally, your privacy is a priority. The platform is housed in a Tier IV data centre, protected by a firewall, and monitored by a third-party-managed intrusion detection system.

Comprised of doctorate- and master-level industrial-organizational psychologists, the Hogan Research Division (HRD) maintains an archive of case studies demonstrating ROI across virtually every industry and job title. Hogan draw on the latest findings and research practices to develop new assessments, reports, and other tools to meet emerging market needs. The HRD also works with domestic and global clients to provide a variety of study options, including validity generalization studies, criterion-related validity studies, and competency-based studies, job profiling, among others.