Pearson correlations were utilized to determine how well the total interview instrument was able to predict the quality of the office personnel hired from the ratings on each question. A correlation coefficient was calculated to determine the relationship between the total score for the instrument and the supervisor's rating. Statistical significance was found between total score for the instrument and total supervisor ratings r (31) = .45, pProcedures The interview tool was field tested to determine if it was valid and reliable. Two Kansas City suburban school districts were contacted and requested to join the field test, based on a staff list of clerical office personnel obtained fromanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Development and Field Test of an Interview System to Identify Quality School District Office Personnel|
|Author||:||Tina M. Hale|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2006|