D.I.S.C. Personality Inventory
DISC is a theory that helps to understand the characteristics and behaviors of people according to four factors. The first letters of these factors create the acronym in the name of the theory. These factors are: D-Dominance, I-Influence, S-Steadiness, and C-Compliance.
DISC theory was first suggested in 1928 by Dr. William Moultan Marston in his book “Emotions of Normal People”. Its introduction into the inventory and its use as a measurement tool began in 1970’s.
The details of the report focus on the characteristics of people both in private life and in professional life. It looks into the differences between the two lives, how one wants to change himself, and whether he feels stressed or unhappy in the current conditions, among many other issues. At the end of the report, the most convenient professions and jobs for the person are revealed.
Companies can integrate the Job Definitions that best suit their culture and structure in their systems, and measure the competitiveness of employees for their jobs via this system.
DSG Human Resources applies the D.I.S.C. Personality Inventory to the candidates during the interviews.