Predictive validity of a battery of recruitment tests in relation to the duration of work
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This study evaluated the predictive capacity of a battery of recruitment tests of a personnel services company. To accomplish this, the scores of two tests (BARSIT and Eysenck Personality Questionnaire) used in the selection processes were matched to the duration in the job of 233 workers who were hired in a brick company. As a finding, a high level of rotation of workers was observed, and it was also found that the overall BARSIT score significantly predicted the duration of staff in the job. It was concluded that it is necessary for Peruvian consultants to carry out worker selection with these instruments to check the predictive validity before its application.
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