How It Works

From a young age, we are taught to ask the five questions – who, why, where, what and how. We learn that these questions produce insights and lead to answers from which we can act. Throughout our lives, we gain some understanding of who we are, our talents, and why we do the things that we do. But rarely are we taught to assess where, why, and how we like to work.

When you take the WorkFit Dx assessment, you will answer a series of questions designed by top social scientists and experts to help you identify your professional fit. The results of the assessment are divided into three “Domains”— Approach, Environment, and Outcomes and fifteen “Key Indicators”. The Domains represent the “how,” “where, “and “for what” of the employment experience. The indicators are the personal values that relate to each domain.

Once all questions are answered (it takes about 20min), the assessment is scored. You are presented with the top three key indicators (what you should weigh most heavily when making a decision) and the bottom three key indicators (where you might be able to compromise/or bargain away), and an explanation of the significance of your top and bottom key indicators. You want to focus more on the indicators that correlate positively with your employment satisfaction than on those attributes that are less relevant to you, so the report helps you by offering more detailed insights into what your top values are, right now. Additionally, we provide you a report detailing the weighted strength of your domain results. You will also receive a custom-tailored series of questions to ask current and potential employers to help you evaluate your professional options more effectively.

Armed with these insights employers will also be better prepared to assess candidates, negotiate terms of employment, and evaluate current work relationships.

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Satisfaction in our careers depends on how we do a job, not just the nature of the work performed.

Two people can fill a role equally effectively but approach their work entirely differently. Their success and happiness depend largely on their ability to work in the most effective way for them.


The average person will spend over 90,000 hours of their life at work. More waking hours will be spent at work than engaged in any other single task.

It is important that you work in an environment where you are empowered to be your best self.


Employment at its root is a contract between employers and employees. Our employers receive the time and results of our efforts, and we are compensated. 

Compensation is why we work. There are several varieties of compensation. Assessing the merits of each of these outcomes leads to more strategic career choices.