System for Assessment and Group Evaluation (SAGE) Skills Assessment
Do you find yourself asking questions like this?
- Is the latest applicant for employment at our company the right person for the right job?
- Does our new apprentice have what it takes to be successful in our training program?
- Which incumbent worker possesses the qualities needed for career advancement at our company?
- Which training program is the best fit for our potential student?
We can help:
- Put the right person in the right job by matching talents and aptitudes.
- Increase job confidence, impact, and effectiveness.
- Compare your results to industry norms or create your own.
- Aid in identifying talents and occupational options of current employees and new hires.
The SAGE is a reliable and comprehensive assessment system designed to help you make more informed staffing decisions.
With a total of 19 units, SAGE can be used in its entirety or customized to measure only those factors applicable to a specific job position.
SAGE will help to improve your decision-making, allowing your employees to maximize their skills and use their natural aptitudes and temperaments. When used as one part of your existing staffing process, SAGE can save you time and money while improving productivity, quality, and retention.
For more detailed information, click the title of each section:
Cognitive and Conceptual Abilities
Measures the skills an individual has acquired and retained in:
Eleven separate units used to measure the following occupationally significant abilities:
- General Learning
- Form Perception
- Clerical Perception
- Motor Coordination
- Finger Dexterity
- Manual Dexterity
- Eye-Hand-Foot Coordination
- Color Discrimination
Provides an indication of an individual’s temperaments, defined as a worker’s ability to adapt to specific types of work situations: Alone, Directing, Expressing, Influencing, Judgments, People, Repetitive, Stress, Tolerances, Under, Variety.
Provides an indication of an individual’s vocational interest and experiences in job-related activities.
Provides an indication of an individual’s preferred learning style (visual, auditory, or kinesthetic), preferred modes of expression (oral or written), and preferred ways of learning/working (alone or in a group).
Provides an indication of an individual’s attitudes and beliefs about the world of work and their knowledge of employer expectations.