Interrater Reliability In Job Analysis: Differences In Strategy And Perspective
In spite of the increasing use of the content validity model for employee selection, there has been little focused research on the psychometric properties of the job analysis ratings used to determine job content. Sources of systematic variance include differences in job performance strategies and differences in perspectives on the job. In the current study, task importance ratings for a single job (social worker) are examined to determine whether rater experience and race will have significant effects on job performance strategy and job perspectives, as measured by job analysis ratings.
Public Personnel Management
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Prien, Kristin O.; Prien, Erich P.; and Wooten, William, "Interrater Reliability In Job Analysis: Differences In Strategy And Perspective" (2003). Scopus Export 2000s. 2181.