Physical ability tests
can be used to evaluate the physical ability of an individual in respect to the
physical ability required to perform a particular job. For instance, an
employer may want to evaluate whether a job candidate has the strength to lift
sixty-pound cases from floor level to mid-chest height. A physical ability test
could be designed to simulate that task and thereby assess the candidate's ability
to perform that lift. The information can lead to better placement decisions
which, in turn, can lead to fewer injuries, higher productivity and lower
Let us assess the
situation and help you put the right candidate in the right job.If you
have the following situations, let us help!
Employees are quitting or asking to change jobs because
work is too physically demanding
Employees are getting injured on the job
Employees are having obvious signs of physical
strain and stress.