Predicting adverse impact and multistage mean criterion performance in selection
The authors present an analytical method to assess the average criterion performance of the selected candidates as well as the adverse impact and the cost of general multistage selection decisions. The method extends previous work on the analytical estimation of multistage selection outcomes to the case in which the applicant pool is a mixture of applicant populations that differ in their average performance on the selection predictors. Next, the method was used to conduct 3 studies of important issues practitioners and researchers have with multistage selection processes. Finally, the authors indicate how the method can be integrated into a broader analytical framework to design multistage selection decisions that achieve intended levels of selection cost, workforce quality, and workforce diversity.
Adverse impact, personnel selection, estimation procedure, quality selected workforce
Human Resources Management | Organizational Behavior and Theory
Organisational Behaviour and Human Resources
Journal of Applied Psychology
American Psychological Association
DE CORTE, Wifried; LIEVENS, Filip; and SACKETT, Paul R..
Predicting adverse impact and multistage mean criterion performance in selection. (2006). Journal of Applied Psychology. 91, (3), 523-537. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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