Hotel Manager Test

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Appropriate For New Applicants
Existing Employees
Comprehensiveness Intermediate
Administration Time + 1 hr
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Scoring Options Internet icon
Language English
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Purpose: This test helps you hire a Hotel Manager who has good leadership skills and good organizational skills. They will ensure good use of resources to get results and grow an efficient, high-profit property. Good managers are able to create a happy, well trained staff who serve the customers well; people who tend to stay in their jobs. This test helps you identify who can be trusted to handle finances with integrity, deal with the grueling schedule normally required of a Hotel Manager.

About the Test: This test battery has three parts:

• 166 question untimed personality inventory
• 44 item test of mental ability (about equal number of items for verbal reasoning, numerical reasoning, and abstract reasoning)
• 46 open-ended statements to which the candidate must type in short answers.

This untimed test takes at least 2 hours to complete.

What the Report Gives You: Graphical display of scores, explanation of aptitude results, list of strengths and developmental concerns, display of the narrative comments given to the open-ended statements, and suggested interview questions.

Testing Process: Online personality testing provides immediate reporting. Proctoring is desirable but not required.

Options: Contact us to learn how we can customize the test content or the way information is presented in the report to meet your specifications. We can also help you validate an assessment for your workforce or establish company-specific scoring.

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