Structure With Legal Defensibility : Standardization , Objectivity , and Job Relatedness

@inproceedings{WilStructureWL,
  title={Structure With Legal Defensibility : Standardization , Objectivity , and Job Relatedness},
  author={Laura Gollub Wil and James E. Campion}
}
The authors linked interview structure and litigation outcomes conceptually and empirically. Using legal and psychological literatures, they established a conceptual link based on reduced opportunities for differential treatment through standardization, reduced potential for bias through increased objectivity, and increased job relatedness. Analyzing decisions regarding 84 disparate-treatment claims and 46 disparate-impact claims in federal court cases, they established an empirical link… CONTINUE READING

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