This work presents a thorough overview of preemployment honesty tests and the alternatives available to polygraph examinations. Jones offers a summary of guidelines to be used for honesty testing programs in business, covering such topics as theft, drug use, violence, and accidents. The book's four major sections detail the 40-year history of honesty testing, including research showing that the use of honesty tests yields a meaningful return-on-investment; the state-of-the-art in research and testing; future directions in preemployment testing; and practical information for companies seeking to implement integrity testing.
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