Ethnic group differences in measures of job performance: a new meta-analysis.

  • Roth P
  • Huffcutt A
  • Bobko P
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Abstract

The authors conducted a new meta-analysis of ethnic group differences in job performance. Given a substantially increased set of data as compared with earlier analyses, the authors were able to conduct analyses of Black-White differences within more homogeneous categories of job performance and to reexamine findings on objective versus subjective measurement. Contrary to one perspective sometimes adopted in the field, objective measures are associated with very similar, if not somewhat larger, standardized ethnic group differences (ds) than subjective measures across a variety of indicators. This trend was consistent across quality, quantity, and absenteeism measures. Further, work samples and job knowledge tests are associated with larger ds than performance ratings or measures of absenteeism. Analysis of Hispanic-White standardized differences shows that they are generally lower than Black-White differences in several categories.;

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  • Employee Performance Appraisal*
  • Employment*/methods
  • Ethnic Groups*
  • Humans

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Authors

  • Philip L Roth

  • Allen I Huffcutt

  • Philip Bobko

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