The validity of assessment centres for the prediction of supervisory performance ratings: A meta-analysis
The current meta-analysis of the selection validity of assessment centres aims to update an earlier meta-analysis of assessment centre validity. To this end, we retrieved 26 studies and 27 validity coefficients (N=5850) relating the Overall Assessment Rating (OAR) to supervisory performance ratings. The current study obtained a corrected correlation of .28 between the OAR and supervisory job performance ratings (95% confidence interval .24 <=rho <=.32). It is further suggested that this validity estimate is likely to be conservative given that assessment centre validities tend to be affected by indirect range restriction.
Human Resources Management | Industrial and Organizational Psychology | Organization Development
Organisational Behaviour and Human Resources
International Journal of Selection and Assessment
Wiley: 24 months
HERMELIN, Eran; LIEVENS, Filip; and ROBERTSON, Ivan T..
The validity of assessment centres for the prediction of supervisory performance ratings: A meta-analysis. (2007). International Journal of Selection and Assessment. 15, (4), 405-411. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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