Valid assessments can more than double the chances of success in candidate selection
Predictive efficiency of cognitive assessments
Predictive efficiency refers to the degree of success at reducing the error in predicting an individual’s scores on a criterion, such as income level. The index of forecasting efficiency is one such measure, as is the percentage of criterion variance ‘explained’ by (shared in common with) the predictor. The latter, which is a squared correlation, is used in evaluating how well theoretical models “fit” the data.
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