The Situational Judgment Test (SJT) - Supervisor consists of attitudinal, behavioral and situational questions aimed at assessing the candidate's ability to problem solve and use appropriate judgment while performing the supervisory function. The test is designed to help businesses succeed by identifying those individuals with strong supervisory skills, as well as identifying potential areas for development among management staff.
The degree to which the candidate values communication with their employees. The degree to which they take the initiative to communicate important matters to their staff and is sympathetic to their needs.
The degree to which the individual is strong willed, acts with purpose and determination. Is precise, punctual and reliable. Very high scores may be associated with being a workaholic, and overly neat. Low scores are associated with being less organized, less exacting in their work and more relaxed in working towards their goals.
The degree to which the candidate uses effective motivation strategies with their staff. The degree to which the candidate values and utilizes praise and reinforcement as motivators for top performance.
The degree to which the candidate is able to instill a team spirit among staff members. The degree to which they are able to get along with all staff members, is easy-going and flexible.