Workitect is a consulting and training firm that provides competency-based human resource and talent management tools, programs and systems with applications for:
Assessment & Selection Performance Management Succession Planning Career Pathing Training and Development Leadership Development
We started in 1992 as Merit Group, changed to Workitect, Inc. in 2005. Since the beginning, we have provided innovative and effective solutions that help organizations assess, select, develop, and retain superior performers in the workplace. We are a small, highly specialized firm. Each consultant has at least 35 years of relevant experience developing job competency models and applications for talent management and human resources. Our work in competency systems is based on solid research, much of it learned from our association with Hay/McBer and Company, the firm that created and perfected job competency modeling.
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