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30 Mar 2011 HR work

30 Mar 2011 HR work - The concurrent test approach is best...

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Mar 30; Chapter 5, P125 odd numbered “Strategic Questions” 1. Is it better to do a validation study using a predictive or concurrent approach? While both are valid, I think the predictive test approach is best, as it will show the effectiveness of training and has the chance to validate both training and pre-selection screening effectiveness in measuring performance. 3. If your organization has a high rate of turnover from high-level performers, would it be better to use a predictive or concurrent approach for the validation study?
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Unformatted text preview: The concurrent test approach is best to capture data from employees if a high rate of turnover occurs. This does multiple things – captures entry and baseline employees performance, enables comparison with those designated high-level performers, and can be accomplished “inside the ooda (o bserve, o rient, d ecide, and a ct) loop” of the predictive test approach – which might take upwards of 6 months before the follow-on test phase; thus loosing the opportunity to test high-performers who may have left prior to the retest....
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