Occupational Personality Questionnaire
Occupational Personality Questionnaire (OPQ) is one of the world's most famous personality questionnaires used in more than 20 languages. This method is used for selection and development of employees at work. It shows information about the behaviour of people included in the 32 relevant characteristics.
The questionnaire is a computer program that by analysing the answers to several questions quickly and very efficiently gives description of job candidate. This analysis is very thorough and involves multiple questions probing deep psychological characteristic of people.
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