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Adverse Impact and Test Validation: A Practitioner's Handbook

by:
Daniel A. Biddle (Author)

ISBN: 0-7414-6606-6 ©2011
Price: $49.95
Book Size: 5.5'' x 8.5'' , 342 pages
Category/Subject: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / General

This book provides a practical, hands-on framework for EEO analyses and test validation, making it an invaluable resource for HR professionals and legal practitioners who are responsible for pre-employment testing, hiring, and promotion.

Abstract:
Analyzing adverse impact and developing defensible testing programs are two important functions of an HR professional’s job. Employers that use testing practices run two major risks. First, many testing practices exhibit adverse impact on various groups, which will place their employers at risk of audit or litigation actions from federal agencies or plaintiff groups. Second, testing practices that are not properly validated are not likely to properly select the most qualified applicants. This book describes the practical steps that employers can take to safeguard their hiring systems against audits or litigation actions, and build robust testing systems that will have the highest likelihood of properly selecting qualified workers.

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