Let's Focus on Two-Stage Alignment Not Just on Overall Performance

  • Bartram D
  • Warr P
  • Brown A
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Abstract

Johnson et al. (2010) note the need for a vector defining the relationships between job components and overall job performance (OJP) in the job requirements matrix approach to synthetic validation. This need is also implicit in the job components validity approach that they discuss. In our view, relationships between job components and overall criteria such as OJP are central to synthetic validation, as the effectiveness of this approach depends on the generalizability of relationships between job and criterion components across jobs, organizations, and (of increasing importance) countries.

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  • Dave Bartram

  • Peter Warr

  • Anna Brown

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