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Industrial Employment Testing

An employee lacking the required skills can cause not only quality problems, but also safety issues. Our tests keep your operations running smoothly by ensuring your candidates can work productively and part of a team.

Commonly used tests:

  • Attention to Detail
  • Light Industrial Basic Math
  • Basic Computer Literacy
  • Basic Employment Skills Test

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Light Industrial


Multiple Choice
Short Answer/Fill in the blank


Basic to Intermediate


12-20 minutes per test

Which skills are important for warehouse and industrial jobs?

Attention to detail: Workers in a warehouse or industrial facility need to have a keen eye for detail to ensure accuracy.

Communication skills: Effective communication is essential when working in a team environment and with supervisors.

Problem-solving: Identify problems and develop solutions quickly.

Computer literacy: Basic computer skills are necessary for data entry, inventory tracking, and other tasks.

Technical knowledge: Familiarity with machinery and tools used in the warehouse or industrial facility

Customer service: Many warehouses and industrial facilities interact with customers, so having customer service skills can be an asset.

Math skills: Basic math skills are necessary for inventory tracking and other tasks.

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Warehouse Assessment Test and Industrial Skills Test

  • Attention to Detail
  • Automotive
  • Basic Computer Literacy
  • Basic Employment Skills
  • Basic Math
  • Construction
  • Count & Stack
  • Cognitive Reasoning
  • Industrial Math
  • Language Skills
  • Machines
  • Pick and Pack
  • Plumbing
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Ruler-English
  • Safety
  • Shipping/Receiving
  • Shop Math
  • Units & Conversion

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How are these tests scored?

Our system instantly emails the score report when the test is finished.  The test taker does not receive or view the results.  These reports are highly detailed and cover the below topics:

  • Percent of Correct Answers (80%, 50%, 100%, etc)
  • Skill Level: Beginning, Intermediate, or Advanced
  • Correct/Incorrect for each question
  • Time taken per question and more

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Pre-employment tests

Avoiding bias

Using pre-employment tests is one way to avoid bias in the hiring process. Bias can be conscious or unconscious and recruiters may not be aware that they have them.

Using research-based pre-hire tests reduces bias that may come from work or educational experience.

All of our tests follow the guidelines of the EEOC and US Department of Labor’s Uniform Guidelines on Employee Selection.

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Pre-employment tests