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428Selection1 - Personnel Selection Concepts Basic idea 1...

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Personnel Selection Concepts Basic idea: 1. Capabilities and other attributes influence job performance 2. These attributes can be measured before hiring (e.g., experience, test scores) 3. Use this information to hire better employees Idea is to “predict” future job performance Process of “validating” a selection procedure Concept of “job-relatedness”
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Steps in a Predictive Validation 1. Job analysis 2. Select/Develop criterion (eg. performance on the job) 3. Select/Develop predictor (eg. test, interview) 4. Test applicants 5. Hire (all applicants, use predictor to select, or use existing procedure) 6. Measure performance on the job 7. Correlate performance on the job with test scores
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Picture of Criterion-Related Validity: Relationship between Test and Job Performance Test Performance (Predictor) Job Performance (criterion)
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Steps in a Content Validation 1. Job analysis 2. Develop predictor by representative sampling of work behaviors (or observable KSAs) 3. Demonstrate/Justify/Document Step 2 4. Standardize and assess reliability
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