The EAPT is an overarching assessment of a persons work personal- ity profile.



No. of questions: 85 plus additional questions (if applicable)

Question type: Self-report

Estimated completion time: 15 minutes Shorter versions of assessment: N/A Recommended age level: 18+ Qualification Level: Class A

Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender, age, disability)


Report Includes:

● Summary



Detailed narrative interpretation

Strengths and Limitations



Factors and Scales:

9 factors, broken down into 36 scales, including:

Social Skills: Ability to interact harmoniously with people; to build a rapport with others

Forcefulness: Assesses whether a person possesses a more commanding and controlling disposition

Industriousness/Assiduity: Assesses degree to which a person is hard-working and diligent

Openness to Improvement: Assesses willingness to continuously learn and grow

Openness to Change: Extent to which an individual is comfortable with variability in his or her environment

Conformity: Refers to obedient, unquestioning, and responsible conduct

Resilience: Ability to bounce back from adversity

Level-headedness: Ability to maintain poise and control in during difficult situations

Need for Supervision: Assesses whether an individual possesses certain traits or behaviors that would make a supervised environment more beneficial


EAPT (Employee Attitude and Personality Test)