Presenting our OCB and CWB Integrity Assessments

Employee Willingness to Help Coworkers

Employee Willingness to Help Coworkers is a crucial aspect of workplace dynamics. The OCB assesses this disposition positively, emphasizing cooperation among colleagues as well as the organisation. In Contrast, the CWB evaluates Employee Willingness to Help Coworkers, identifying tendencies towards counterproductive work behavior. Read on for more information on these incredibly useful assessments.


This test evaluates the candidate’s general Employee Willingness to Help Coworkers and to serve the best interest of the organization by demonstrating a willingness ‘to walk the extra mile’ in assisting co-workers when in personal need as well as developing their skills and furthering their careers, etc. and serve the organization even when it isn't "officially" required of them. This isn't to be inherently self-centered, but rather to cooperate fully to serve others (people) and the corporate interest (organization) at all times under all circumstances - without expecting anything in return..
The test has no time restriction, but is normally completed in 15 – 20 minutes.


Similar to the OCB, the CWB can be used in a survey-format as well as during the screening process and/or addressing special project objectives and for organizational development purposes. The CWB assesses the tendency on the part of the employee to demonstrate (or succumb to) counterproductive behaviour that is to the detriment of the organisation he belongs to or even related co-workers. This test provides an integrated model assessing the multidimensional concept constituting Counterproductive Work Behaviour as it presents itself in terms of the following six Causative Factors (CFs):

  • Utilization
  • Participation & Empowerment
  • Conditions of Employment
  • Fairness in Practice
  • Recognition and Reward
  • Human Dignity, Developing
  • Furthering Life Style Aspirations & Skills Development and Management

This assessment also covers a progressive set of three descriptive Mode Levels (regarding degree of counterproductive orientation) ranging from a:

  • Passive Mode
  • Responsive-participative Mode
  • Proactive Mode

Each of the first five Causative Factors is founded on four test-items that gather information from the different perspectives the factor-areas consist of, while the last CF is founded on five test-items to enable the instrument to cover the more important Managerial factor-area more comprehensively. The data that is required for the "scoring" process is provided (generated) by the information that is so acquired. In contrast to the above, each of the three Mode Levels relies on five test-items to collect assessment data from the various angles representing the relevant contributing fields describing the particular mode.

The test has no time restriction, but is normally completed in 10 – 20 minutes.

Request a trial assessment:

Please note that it is not standard practice for candidates to receive their results. As this is a trial assessment for information purposes, the results will be shared with you. Trynie and Dr. Fick can be contacted for further discussion regarding your report at [email protected]

Example Reports:

Employee Willingness to Help Coworkers
CWB Extended Defined Report
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