ERIC Number: ED337485
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1990-Jun
Reference Count: 0
Proceedings of the 1990 IPMAAC Conference on Personnel Assessment (14th, San Diego, California, June 24-28, 1990).
International Personnel Management Association, Washington, DC.
Fifty-seven papers presented at the annual meeting of the International Personnel Management Association Assessment Council (IPMAAC) in 1990 are provided. Selected topics include: using the cloze technique for reading skills assessment; examining assessment techniques; job analysis; alternate strategies for assessing writing skills; assessment of workforce quality and employability skills; the use of job analysis in promoting workplace justice; advances in multiple-choice item writing and review; techniques to select workforce 2000 and its leaders; developments in personality measurement; the validation of R. Hogan's Prospective Employee Potential Inventory on school bus drivers; using video technology in the selection process; directions for the manager of tomorrow's assessment function; innovations in peace officer selection; recent innovations in public sector assessment; Navy research on advanced technologies for selection and training; effective assessment practice for the next century; finding and assessing selection instruments and consultants; structured interviewing; electronic document storage--a case study; evaluating writing skills; using today's techniques and technologies to prepare for assessing the workforce in the year 2000; validation strategies; decentralizing an automated performance evaluation system; assessing clerical skills impacted by office automation; work sample based selection for assembly personnel meeting the demands of a Japanese management climate; selection criteria for the 1990s--implications for job analysis; progress in assessment center methodology; use of non-traditional training and experience ratings; what bio-data predict; personnel selection that meets the evolving legal requirements; the effects of candidate orientation, candidate training, coaching, and management/supervisory training on assessment center performance; assessing physical ability; job qualification linkage system; and job analysis approaches. (SLD)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: International Personnel Management Association, Washington, DC.
Identifiers: International Personnel Management Association