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Successful Hiring

The Successful Hiring and Retention Process (SHARP) is an advanced, state-of-the-art solution available for measuring human potential and predicting job performance. This process has been implemented in companies of all sizes and varied industries. It works for all because it can be adapted to specific business environments, needs, and cultures.

Placing the right people in the right positions will make a positive impact within any organization. Finding, selecting, developing and retaining employees who are the right fit for the job and the organization is a challenge that keeps us up at night. Successful hiring hinges on a progressive predictable information structure, which is obtained from a selection process that incorporates the ideal new hire profile into the elements of recruitment, pre-screening, evaluation and verification.

National Screening Bureau provides the practical guidance needed to implement a successful hiring strategy and cultivate a productive and profitable workforce., the SHARP way. To learn more, contact National Screening Bureau: 877-264-4405 or


  • PXT Select

    PXT Select helps organizations make the very human decisions about hiring simpler and smarter. This online assessment measures a candidate's thinking style, work-related behaviors, and interests – the three areas that impact an individual’s approach to situations in the workplace.

    PXT Select is a powerful, validated selection assessment that can help organizations and hiring managers with easy to understand information about the candidate, and provide intuitive questions to strengthen the interview process.

    PXT Select offers a suite of reports that enhance selection, on-boarding, and development within an organization.

  • Step One Survey

    Step One Survey is a quick assessment that offers a deep pre-employment look at a potential employee’s work-related values. Job candidates can complete the assessment in 15 or 20 minutes, yet the scoring and interpretation of the potential employee’s answers give hiring managers a thorough look at the potential employee’s fit with organization values.

    The Step One Survey provides a score based on the applicant’s responses to questions about work-related values in the areas of integrity, substance abuse, reliability, and “Interviewing Report” gives managers the applicant’s responses to direct queries and interview questions that can help clarify areas of concern. The question section helps delve into employment history. Even if the scores look good, this part of the assessment helps uncover other information. Applicants often readily answer direct questions, even though they may have omitted the same information in an application, resume, or interview.