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The diversity-validity dilemma : in search of minimum adverse impact and maximum utility
(AOSIS OpenJournal, 2009-06)
Selection from diverse groups of applicants poses the formidable challenge of developing valid selection procedures that simultaneously add value, do not discriminate unfairly and which minimise adverse impact. Valid ...
A preliminary factor analytic investigation into the first-order factor structure of the Fifteen Factor Plus (15FQ+) on a sample of Black South African managers
(AOSIS OpenJournals, 2011)
Orientation: The Fifteen Factor Questionnaire Plus (15FQ+) is a prominent personality questionnaire that organisations frequently use in personnel selection in South Africa. Research purpose: The primary objective of ...
Confessions, scapegoats and flying pigs : psychometric testing and the law
(AOSIS Publishing, 2007)
ENGLISH SUMMARY : The use of psychometric tests in personnel selection has been regarded with an extraordinary degree of suspicion and scepticism. This is especially true when selection occurs in respect of a diverse ...
A psychometric investigation into the cross validation of an adaptation of the Ghiselli Predictability Index in personnel selection
(AOSIS Publishing, 2006)
ENGLISH SUMMARY : Twigge, Theron, Steele and Meiring (2004) concluded that it is possible to develop a predictability index based on a concept originally proposed by Ghiselli (1956, 1960a, 1960b), which correlates with the ...