Examines the utility of job simulation assessments for use in the Federal hiring process. A job simulation is an assessment that presents applicants with realistic, job-related situations and documents their behaviors or responses to help determine their qualifications for the job. Job simulations include, but are not limited to, work samples, situational judgment tests, assessment centers, and job tryout procedures. This report identifies a number of factors for agencies to consider when making decisions about their assessment process. Also, it identifies a 5-step assessment strategy that should help agencies develop and implement an assessment program that assists them in selecting employees on the basis of relative ability, knowledge, and skills.Job simulations include, but are not limited to, work samples, situational judgment tests, assessment centers, and job tryout procedures.
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing Inc. - 2010-02|