Since its establishment in 1995, EPSI has helped more than 450 organizations and over 1800 clients with their personnel assessments projects… But which sectors do these clients come from? How did the firm contribute to their success? These are success stories that show the difference EPSI made and its innovative approaches in the context of projects carried out in collaboration with organizations from different sectors.
Revamping and modernizing a selection process
EPSI has been working with some of Canada’s oldest financial institutions for several years. These financial institutions offer high-quality customer and financial services to all of their clients. In order to continue doing so on a consistent basis, they must select and hire reliable, devoted and competent personnel.
EPSI responded to the organization’s need for a standardized selection process by implementing a strategic assessment approach and the use of an online testing platform.
Evaluating Managerial Positions While Maximizing Efficiency Through Technology
A federal organization of approximately 20,000 employees was striving to standardize their selection process for managerial level positions. Through an in-depth organizational analysis, our experts were able to develop a tailored strategy to standardize the assessment of candidates across departments within the organization.
Combined with its online testing platform and assessment solutions, EPSI was instrumental in revolutionizing the organizations selection process.
A Montréal-based software company and an EPSI client has been in business for over 30 years. This company was required to review its recruitment procedures to add a psychometric testing step to ensure a more standardized hiring process and improve predictions of future job performance.
EPSI provided the company with a solution to meet its need for standardized and easy to use psychometric tools in order to ensure a more homogenous hiring process.
The healthcare industry faces more than ever numerous optimization challenges of its resources, including human, material and financial. Fierce criticism stemming from both the public opinion and from affected professional communities have led many integrated health and social services centres to address the issue and take action in order to resolve a number of recurring problems concerning their workforce.