Quantifying the effects of psychological interventions on employee job performance and work-force productivity.

@inproceedings{Hunter1983QuantifyingTE,
  title={Quantifying the effects of psychological interventions on employee job performance and work-force productivity.},
  author={John Edward Hunter and Frank L. Schmidt},
  year={1983}
}
Quantification of the economic impact of psychological programs in organizations requires determination of (a) the size and variability of the resulting increase in job performance, and (b) the economic value of the increase in job performance. The new methods ofmeta-analysis allow attainment of the first of these, and in relation to the second, utility analysis methods enable us to translate job performance increases into estimates of the economic value of the program. In the area of personnel… CONTINUE READING

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