Purpose:

WINT is intended to provide supplemental information on a persons potential for dishonest behavior in the work environment.

 

Vitals

No. of questions: 59

Question type: Situational, self-report Estimated completion time: 35 minutes Shorter versions of assessment: N/A Recommended age level: 18+ Qualification Level: Class A Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender, age)

 

Report Includes:

Summary

Introduction

Graphs

Detailed narrative interpretation

Areas of concern

Impression Management

Advice

 

Factors and Scales:

Overall Score plus 4 scales:

Lenient Attitude Towards Dishonest Behavior: Examines the extent to which a person feels that dishonest behaviors are wrong, and how severely he/she thinks they should be punished

Perceived Frequency of Dishonest Behavior: Assesses a persons perception of how often others engage in dishonest behaviors

Rationalizing of Dishonest Behavior: Assesses whether a person tends to make excuses for dis- honest behavior or thinks that under certain circumstances, such behavior is acceptable

Self-reported Dishonesty: Assesses self-reported past behavior, and how a person thinks he/she would react to various situations where there is a temptation to act in a dishonest manner

WINT (Work Integrity Screening Test)

TT$850.00Price