Basic Banking Skills Inventory (BBSB ™)

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Appropriate For New Applicants
Comprehensiveness Basic
Administration Time - 30 min
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Scoring Options hand icon
Language English
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The BBSB instrument helps provide critical hiring information that is specific to job functions in the financial services industry. Making these assessments part of your selection process can help you:

• Develop a more productive staff
• Build stronger customer loyalty
• Reduce employee turnover
• Attract new business with referrals from satisfied customers
• Reduce absenteeism and on-the-job substance abuse
• Minimize careless errors
• Decrease cash and equipment theft by employees

Used together or separately, the BBSB instrument and Personnel Selection Inventory - Banking assessments provide valuable candidate feedback that will enhance your human resource decisions.

The BBSB assessment helps you measure a prospective teller's or service representative's ability to handle the day-to-day responsibilities of the job. The BBSB assessment can help you learn more about an individual's:

• Ability to detect errors
• Capacity to compare records for accuracy
• Math computation skills
• Interpersonal and leadership abilities
• Self-discipline and drive

What the BBSB Assessment Helps You Measure

• Error Perception
• Interpersonal Skills
• Name Comparision
• Leadership
• Arithmetic Computation
• Math Ability
• Number Comparison
• Self-discipline
• Cognitive Skills
• Motor Ability
• Error Recognition
• Perceptual Skills
• School Achievement
• Drive

Potential Estimate - an overall score that suggests the likelihood that a candidate will be a successful teller or service representative.






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