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Employee Recruitment, Selection, and Assessment : Contemporary Issues for Theory and Practice
Employee Recruitment Selection And Assessment Contemporary Issues For Theory And Practice Current Issues In Work And Organizational Psychology [Free] Employee Recruitment Selection And Assessment… Expand
Comparing domain- and facet-level relations of the HEXACO personality model with workplace deviance: A meta-analysis
Personality research suggests that the prediction of organizational behavior can be improved by examining the criterion-related validity of narrow personality facets. In the current study, we provide… Expand
How do idiosyncratic deals contribute to the employability of older workers
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine the relationships of i-deals with the employability of older workers, and introduce two distinct theoretical processes through which these effects… Expand
New technology in personnel selection: How recruiter characteristics affect the adoption of new selection technology
- J. Oostrom, D. Linden, M. Born, H. T. Molen
- Psychology, Computer Science
- Comput. Hum. Behav.
- 1 November 2013
The aim of the present field study is to expand the understanding of how characteristics of recruiters relate to their adoption of new selection technology. Expand
Alternative Predictors for Dealing with the Diversity–Validity Dilemma in Personnel Selection: The Constructed Response Multimedia Test
In the context of the diversity–validity dilemma in personnel selection, the present field study compared ethnic subgroup differences on an innovative constructed response multimedia test to other… Expand
Situational judgment testing: a review and some new developments
Although situational judgment tests (SJTs) have a long history in the personnel selection literature, there have been some recent developments in how they are designed, administered, and scored. An… Expand
False consensus in situational judgment tests: What would others do?
We introduce an alternative response instruction to reduce the fakability of situational judgment tests. This novel instruction is based on the false consensus effect, a robust social psychological… Expand
Development and validation of a HEXACO situational judgment test
ABSTRACT The purpose of this study was to develop and validate a construct-based situational judgment test of the HEXACO personality dimensions. In four studies, among applicants, employees, and… Expand
The relationships between trust in supervisor, turnover intentions, and voluntary turnover: Testing the mediating effect of on-the-job embeddedness.
Abstract. This study investigated the mediating effect of on-the-job embeddedness on the relationship between trust in supervisor and turnover. Survey data were collected among 471 employees of a… Expand
Why Do Situational Interviews Predict Performance? Is it Saying How You Would Behave or Knowing How You Should Behave?
- J. Oostrom, Klaus G Melchers, Pia V Ingold, M. Kleinmann
- Psychology, Medicine
- Journal of business and psychology
- 9 June 2015
PurposeThe present study examined two theoretical explanations for why situational interviews predict work-related performance, namely (a) that they are measures of interviewees’ behavioral… Expand