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Apples, oranges, and ironing boards: Comparative effect sizes influence lay impressions of test validity

January 14, 2022 Abstract Validity information (effect sizes) for selection tests can be difficult for people to understand without some additional...

The structured interview’s resistance to gender discrimination under cognitive load

January 14, 2022 Abstract Job interviews are cognitively demanding tasks for interviewers. However, it is unclear whether the high cognitive load...

Occupational characteristics moderate personality–performance relations in major occupational groups

November 5, 2021 Publication date: Available online 29 October 2021Source: Journal of Vocational BehaviorAuthor(s): Michael P. Wilmot, Deniz S. Ones...

Where I am and who I am with: Contextual dynamics of personality in the prediction of work performance

November 5, 2021 Abstract Contextually dynamic expressions of personality traits were examined in this study to understand their effects on work...

How is human resource management research (not) helping practice? In defence of practical implications

October 14, 2021 Abstract This article provokes that human resource management (HRM) research is a long way from helping practice. Following a...

How much feedback do employees need? A field study of absolute feedback frequency reports and performance

October 14, 2021 Abstract Scholars and practitioners in the field of performance management have advocated an increase in the exchange of feedback...