Assessing a worker's abilities, skills, interests, and work values is the first step in the career-planning process. By developing a good sense of who they are, where their strengths lie, and where opportunities for improvement exist, employees and companies can work together to identify the best job matches and training opportunities.

A number of on-line, self-assessment tools are available for you to use in career planning with your employees. They include:

Keirsey Temperament Sorter

This test allows individuals to take an on-line assessment that reveals both their temperament and their Myers-Briggs Type (MBTI). read more ...

On-Line Myers-Briggs Quiz

From the authors of Do What You Are, a career resource tool that links Myers-Briggs types to occupations, comes this on-line MBTI assessment. read more ...

Transferable Skills List

Find out how the skills you have used over the years can transfer to another occupation! read more ...

O*NET On-Line

O*Net allows individuals to evaluate key occupational skills and then link to an appropriate career. read more ...

America's Career Info Net

Obtain information about various careers. read more ...