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    CHAPTER 3: Criteria: Standards For  Decision Making
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    Learning Objectives Learn the distinction between actual and conceptual  criteria and its role in criterion measurement. Learn about different job analytic techniques and how to  perform a job analysis. Understand job evaluation and its importance in wage  setting. Learn about various types of criterion measures.
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    Criteria. Conceptual Criteria vs. Actual Criteria: Conceptual criteria. Example 1: Intellectual growth. Example 2: Job performance. Actual criteria. Example1: Grade point average. Example 2: Average of monthly sales volume per year. Criteria
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    Criterion Deficiency, Relevance, and  Contamination
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    Job Analysis Definition. Two job analysis procedures: Job/Task-oriented procedures. Task analyses. Worker-oriented procedures. Why perform a job analysis?
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  Job Analysis Worker-oriented Procedures (KSAO’s): Knowledges. Skills.
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