Looking for a good fitWorkers say personality tests help determine cultural fitBy 11/28/2006|hrreporter.com|Last Updated: 12/11/2006 Nearly one-third of workers (32 per cent) agree personality tests can help determine if a prospective employee will fit in, even though 44 per cent say such tests are not fair assessments of actual personality, according to the latest Spherion Workplace Snapshot survey conducted by Harris Interactive. When asked to think about all factors in the hiring decision-making process (such as work experience and background checks), 35 per cent of workers said personality tests should be considered of moderate to high importance. However, in the past two years, just 16 per cent have taken a personality test to be considered for a job. One reason personality tests are gaining popularity, according to Nancy Halverson, Spherion's vice-president of talent development, is their potential to benefit both employers and employees. To Read the Full Story, Subscribe or Sign In Remember Me Forgot Password If you are a current Subscriber, please click here to set-up or update your login information.