WWAT assesses whether a person possesses the right skills and personality for a warehouse position



No. of questions: 76

Question type: Self-assesment, situational, multiple choise

Estimated completion time: 30-45 minutes Shorter versions of assessment: N/A Recommended age level: 18+ Qualification Level: Class A; EEOC standards (gender, age, ethnicity)


Report Includes:

● Summary



Detailed narrative interpretation

Impression Management



Factors and Scales:

Overall Score plus 12 scales:

Concentration: Ability to mantain focus on a task

Accident Proneness: Assesses whether a persons attitude toward safety could increase their chances of causing accidents

Compliance with Rules: Assesses a persons likelihood of abiding by organization rules

Comfort with Routine: Assesses a persons ability to cope with routine

Efficiency: Assesses a persons ability to work productively and in a timely fashion

Attention to Detail: Ability to conscientiously attend to details of a task

Work Ethic: Dedication to working hard, diligently, and with integrity

Team-oriented: Willingness and ability to work well others

Manageability: Assesses whether a persons disposition and attitude are likely to be conducive to a warehouse managerial structure

Comfort with physical exertion: Capacity for physical labor

Ability to adjust to job environment: Assesses a persons ability to deal with the environmental conditions of a warehouse

Specialized Skills: Assesses whether a person possesses expertise that can be an asset in a warehouse position

WWAT (Warehouse Worker Aptitude Test)