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With the need to hire the best candidates – and at a faster rate – than ever before, the Occupational Questionnaire has become a very popular assessment tool.
An Occupational Questionnaire typically consists of multiple choice, yes/no, or similar types of questions that cover a variety of competencies related to the position.
Occupational questionnaires are a fairly quick and inexpensive way to screen for minimum qualifications, as well as assess applicants to identify the best qualified. Other benefits of occupational questionnaires include:
Access this video for more information on developing and using occupational questionnaires.