Match Candidates to the Perfect Role

Compatible dominant behaviors drive 73% of workplace success. Our PATH Assessment® identifies them.

What Is the PATH Assessment®?

All assessments are not created equal.

Our PATH Assessment® uses psychology and behavioral science to match and rank job applicants with the traits most advantageous to your open roles, narrowing your scope from 300 to 10 applications.

While candidates take the PATH, so do your employees, building a behavior model that reveals the psychological makeup of your current team. This enables placing candidates in the right roles based on their compatible traits and behaviors.

The greater the number of employees who take the PATH, the stronger the data, and the better the forward-looking indicator of success for new hires.

5 Steps to Hiring Success

GoodJob streamlines hiring by first assessing candidates’ traits and behaviors, resulting in a shorter, simpler process with a pool of highly qualified candidates. Say goodbye to sifting through endless resumes and hello to finding the perfect fit for your team.

Employees take the PATH to identify unique behaviors that drive role success.

Unique Job Role DNA™ is created based on top performers in the role today.

All candidates that apply for a role take the same PATH Assessment®.

Candidate PATH results are numerically scored against Job Role DNA™.

Job Role DNA™ results help you pinpoint the candidates to move forward.

Discover Your Dominant Workplace Mode

Each candidate or employee has a dominant mode driving who they are in the workplace. The results of their PATH Assessment® are organized into four modes: Purpose, Approach, Thinking, and Habits.


Purpose motivates everyone differently. When you use purpose as a workplace tool, you will encourage colleagues similar to how you like being motivated.


Approach is your job love language. When you use approach as a workplace tool, you interact with colleagues similar to how you want others to connect with you.


Thinking is how you process the world around you. When you use thinking as a workplace tool, you problem solve with colleagues similar to how you approach problems internally.


Habits are actions you take to solve problems. Your workplace habits typically align with your purpose, approach, or thinking. However, this is not always the case.

Boost Employee Happiness and Engagement

Identify the traits and behaviors that predict success in a role.

1 in 5 workers are unhappy in their role, according to a Gallup report. To boost employee happiness and engagement, it’s essential to understand what drives them and place them in roles where they can thrive.

Our PATH Assessment® identifies the traits and behaviors essential for success in a specific role, providing insights beyond resumes and interviews. This allows you to place candidates and current employees in roles that align with their strengths and keep them engaged, happy, and productive.

See How the PATH Assessment® Creates Your Organization’s Job Role DNA™