It's not that Roundpegg isn't a good company. I think their personality test is probably very good and would be very useful for companies and candidates. Many companies use similar tests when employees apply for a job (Zappos comes to mind). The issue is that there is a strong likelihood such a system
I suddenly had a thought. Similar to my comments in my Codility comments, how does Roundpegg recommend candidates to companies? Do they give a score like 0-100%? Or like many dating websites, do they give broad "strong match" vs. "maybe match" vs. "no match" grades? I suppose a more subjective grading criteria like the later might make a Roundpegg less susceptible to poor use.