Pieter vd Merwe (MCom, MBA, MTh) is an organisational psychologist and specialises in research-based behavioural solutions. He used the Giotto to build predictive models of counter-productive workplace behaviour:
- The instrument is used at recruitment stage and doubles as a work based predictor of (normal) work behaviour.
- Should there be red lights the applicant is informed, but mostly we use the data in the background.
- We “bank” the data and flag potential risk areas/individuals.
- It runs in conjunction with existing fraud checks and between year three and five spot checks are done.
- This data is used to build a predictive model and acts as a preventative measure.
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