RISK EVALUATIONS

RISK EVALUATIONS


In looking for people to hire, you look for three qualities: integrity, intelligence, and energy. And if they don’t have the first, the other two will kill you.” – Warren Buffett, American economist and entrepreneur –


Hiring people who are smart and full of energy and maximizing their performance is a responsibility of Human Resource Management and recruiting specialists. At Behave, instead, we focus solely on the first of Buffett’s characteristics: integrity.

RISK EVALUATIONS

BASIC


For employees who don’t have access to sensitive data.

The BASIC evaluation focuses on the identification of the person’s characteristics that could lead to counterproductive working behavior, such as absenteeism, conflicts with supervisors, clients or colleagues, theft, abuse against others or substance abuse. The goal is that the employing company doesn’t have to sustain economic consequences of such behaviors.

TRUST


 

For employees who, by virtue of access to sensitive data, can cause important damage to the company.

The TRUST evaluation consists in identifying the employee’s characteristics, experiences and peculiarities which can represent a risk for the employing company’s safety. Each risk is then considered by evaluating the likeliness that a negative event will occur. The goal is that the employer can make its hiring, career or transferring decisions knowing the risk level bound with a specific employee, to avoid legal, reputational and economic damages.

RISK TAKER


 

For employees who, by virtue of access to very sensitive data and of decision making power, can easily cause severe damage to the company.

Just like for the TRUST, the RISK TAKER evaluation consists in identifying the employee’s characteristics, experiences and peculiarities which can represent a risk for the employing company’s safety. Though in the risk analysis more cautious criteria are applied. Each candidate is furthermore subject to psychological tests, in order to thoroughly evaluate the likeliness that a negative event will occur. The goal is that the employer places it’s confidence only in people who represent a very low risk to abuse of it.