The original Inwald Survey 5 (IS5®) was developed to identify an individual’s lack of integrity, expressed anger patterns, low frustration tolerance, excusing attitudes regarding antisocial behaviors, difficulties getting along with others, job performance problems, and lack of work ethic.
The Inwald Survey 5-Revised (IS5-R™) contains all 162 items in the IS5, with the addition of 30 items in a new scale, Domestic Difficulties (DD). Items on the DD scale aid in identifying individuals with a history of domestic violence and/or those who admit to current involvement in physical altercations/domestic violence incidents. Both the IS5-R and IS5 are used for pre-offer screening in many states. However, in certain states, counties, and municipalities, these tests may need to be administered as a conditional-offer assessment. Please check the legal requirements in your area for confirmation.
Lack of Insight/Candor
Lack of Sensitivity
Introverted Personality Style
Lack of Competitive Motivation
Distrust of Others
Total Score: Lack of Service Orientation
Work Effort Concerns
Work Adjustment Difficulties
Attitudes: Antisocial Behaviors
Behavior Patterns: Integrity Concerns
Total Score: Lack of Employee Reliability
Factor 1: Lack of Conscientiousness/Reliability
Factor 2: Lack of Work Ethic
Factor 3: Lack of Social Initiative
* The Domestic Difficulties scale is not part of the Inwald Survey 5 (IS5) assessment.