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(p. 54) Assessment for Employee Selection, Promotion, and Termination Programs 

(p. 54) Assessment for Employee Selection, Promotion, and Termination Programs
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(p. 54) Assessment for Employee Selection, Promotion, and Termination Programs
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Jay C. Thomas

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10.1093/med:psych/9780195385496.003.0006
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date: 16 November 2019

Chapter 6 discusses assessment for employee selection, promotion, and termination programs, and covers the methods employed in selection, promotion, and classification procedures (which may include statistical/empirical (criterion–related validation, validity generalization), judgmental (content validation), or empirical/theoretical (construct validation)). It also examines how, in addition to knowledge of validation and assessment techniques, today–s psychologist must be knowledgeable about social trends, demographics, culture, and, most important, the laws, regulations, and court decisions that constrain personnel actions.

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