Sample PE3-SAFE-CS Profile
Standard Profile with Emphasis on Attitudes toward 
SAFETY & CUSTOMER SERVICE
 
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THE ORION SYSTEM PROFILE OF

John Doe

SSN 555-55-5555

VALIDITY INDEX: LEVEL 1 - Low Risk
The subject does not appear to be attempting to alter the results of the survey.

John Doe has made no problematic SELF-ASSESSMENTS.

SUMMARY OF ATTITUDES

Supervisory AttitudesAbove Average
Work AttitudesAverage
Workplace Drug Use AttitudesLow Risk
Workplace Theft AttitudesLow Risk
Prospects for Long-Term EmploymentAbove Average
Customer ServiceBelow Average
Safety and Risk AvoidanceCounsel Level One


Counsel Level One - Counsel the applicant on the importance of safety and risk avoidance. Continue with pre-hire procedures.

POST-SURVEY INTERVIEW QUESTIONS

ResponseQuestion
Strongly Disagree19.  Tom is an excellent employee. One day, away from his work, he and a friend smoke a marijuana cigarette. He returns to work only a little high, but able to perform his job satisfactorily. He should be fired.
Follow-Up:
Why shouldn't he be fired?

Very Strongly Agree30.  Some people work as well slightly high as they do sober.
Follow-Up:
How do you feel about drug use in the workplace?

Follow-Up:
Do you feel that a person's job performance can suffer as a result of drug use?

Follow-Up:
Do you wish to work in a drug free environment?

Follow-Up:
Is it reasonable for your co-workers to expect to work in a drug-free environment?

Totally Disagree4.  A good employee should always support the organization when outsiders criticize it.
Very Strongly Disagree24.  A company's policies and procedures should be followed without deviation.
Follow-Up:
When should you not follow company policies and procedures?

Very Strongly Disagree8.  When promoting, merit (good job performance) should be given more weight than seniority.
Very Strongly Disagree21.  A majority of individuals succeed in business by performing their job in a superior manner.
Very Strongly Disagree16.  An employee who steals should be exposed in public.
Follow-Up:
Why shouldn't a thief be exposed in public?

Totally Disagree44.  A person who takes $5.00 a year from his/her employer is a thief.
Follow-Up:
Are there different degrees of thievery?

Very Slightly Agree51.  Low pay sometimes causes honest employees to steal.
Follow-Up:
Is it sometimes an employer's fault when an employee steals?

Totally Disagree15.  John is absent from a day of work and gives no explanation to his supervisor. He should be fired.

Based on company guidelines, this applicant may be considered further for employment. Proceed with company guidelines for further evaluation of the applicant.

Tuesday, June 10, 2003



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