The Economic Benefits of Predicting Job Performance - Vol. 1


This work comprises three volumes that, taken together, provide a comprehensive treatment of both selection and classification processes in personnel testing. The authors summarize the major theories and research findings in both areas and discuss the central topics involved in the practical prediction of job performance, including validity and utility models and research strategies and designs. Based on their analysis, they introduce a new theory, the differential assignment theory, and explain its contribution to the efficient operation of selection and classification procedures.

Additional information

  • 1
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1991


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