Competition to attract and retain talent is fierce 
You have to adapt and innovate

It goes without saying, making a bad hire is costly. Losing top talent can have a negative impact on your growth and set you back.

The traditional approach to solving the problem only treats the symptoms such as turnover. The root of the problem is the lack of an emotional connection with your organization.

As Simon Sinek wisely said, "Customers will never love a company until the employees love it first." 

So, how do you create a workplace your employees love?


The HR System that Builds Relationships

How it Works:

The core of the PDP System is the ProScan, a powerful assessment tool that identifies the behaviors, motivators and energy levels of individuals. 

1. Attract Top Talent

The robust JobScan report based on your top performers provides "How to Advertise" keywords to create meaningful job descriptions that attract quality candidates.

2. Make Better Hiring Decisions 

With a pipeline of quality candidates, you and your hiring managers can make hiring decisions based on the right fit for the right job and increase your probability of success.

3. Personalize the Onboarding Experience

You can design an onboarding process based on the profiles of new hires so you can provide the best possible experiences. 

4. Improve Manager/Employee Relationships

Your managers are equipped to communicate with a deep understanding of their direct reports and build strong relationships. 


Discover a Better Way to Attract and Retain Talent 

"We developed 'a dispatcher profile' and job advertisement, both of which have proven to be successful…Our current turnover rate is 2.8 percent. Our personnel regularly display enthusiasm and a strong commitment to work ethic and professionalism."

-HR Leader


Why HR Professionals Love the PDP System

We combine the products, services, and insight to enable your success

  1. A global network of certified representatives.
  2. Over 2700 PDP clients served.
  3. 96% accuracy of behavioral assessments.