Measurement Equivalence and Multisource Ratings for Non-Managerial Positions:, Recommendations for Research and Practice
The present investigation applies a comprehensive sequence of confirmatory factor analysis tests (Vandenberg and Lance, Organisational Research Methods, 3, 4-69, 2000) to the examination of the measurement equivalence of self, peer, and supervisor ratings of non-managerial targets across several performance dimensions. Results indicate a high degree of measurement equivalence across rater sources and performance dimensions. The paper illustrates how this procedure can identify very specific areas of non-equivalence and how the complexity of a multisource feedback system may be represented using such procedures. Implications of these results and recommendations for both research and practice are offered. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]
Human Resources Management | Organizational Behavior and Theory
Organisational Behaviour and Human Resources
Journal of Business and Psychology
Diefendorff, J. M.; Silverman, Stanley B.; and Greguras, G. J..
Measurement Equivalence and Multisource Ratings for Non-Managerial Positions:, Recommendations for Research and Practice. (2005). Journal of Business and Psychology. 19, (3), 399-425. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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