”MINT is a short personality test that allows you to identify the candidates who are likely to behave in accordance with the rules and guidelines that exist in your workplace from an early stage. This way, you can ensure that you spend your time on the right candidates.”
Yes, MINT is certified by DNV GL.
No, MINT is available in more than twelve languages.
The test time for MINT is approximately 15 minutes.
Counterproductive work behaviors (CWB) refer to various types of conscious behaviors that harm an organization. Some examples are unauthorized absence, low work pace, bullying and theft.
People that score high in Counterproductive behaviors have tendencies be difficult and expensive to deal with. They can result in enormous costs for organizations and cause lasting damage to the brand. Even the least conspicuous occurrences of CWB – such as low work pace, unauthorized absence and tampering – leads to significant costs in the form of deteriorating work environment, inefficiency, reduced motivation and lack of cooperation.
Individuals with a low score on MINT are generally less effective and tend to exhibit undesirable behaviors such as unauthorized absence, inappropriate behavior and an irresponsible approach to rules and regulations.
People with a high score at MINT are generally considered to be high-performing, both in the handling of work tasks and working relationships.
Despite knowledge of the harms and costs that can be caused by counterproductive behaviors, few organizations invest in preventive measures. Proactive risk management means that you already at beginning of the recruitment stage select candidates who show a low degree of integrity.