The Situational Judgment Test (SJT) - Manager consists of attitudinal, behavioral and situational questions aimed at assessing the candidate's ability to problem solve and use appropriate judgment while performing the manager function. The test provides an opportunity to objectively assess the management skills of job candidates. It was developed to identify those applicants best able to handle the daily challenges encountered by most managers and supervisors.
The degree to which the individual communicates effectively with staff and coworkers. The degree to which they actively listen and expresses ideas and concepts clearly and as necessary.
The degree to which the individual makes decisions based on facts and not on impulse. The degree to which they are fair and just in their decision-making process.
The degree to which the individual delegates work projects as appropriate. The degree to which they let staff perform independently without unnecessary supervision.
The degree to which the individual promotes positive working relationships with staff and handles employee issues responsibly and effectively while gaining employee trust and respect.