This document’s intended purpose is to provide professional guidelines and ethical considerations for users of the assessment center method. These guidelines are designed to cover both existing and future applications. The title assessment center is restricted to those methods that follow these guidelines.
These guidelines will provide (1) guidance to industrial/organizational/work psychologists, organizational consultants, human resource management specialists and generalists, and others who design and conduct assessment centers; (2) information to managers deciding whether or not to institute assessment center methods; (3) instruction to assessors serving on the staff of an assessment center; and (4) guidance on the use of technology and navigating multicultural contexts; (5) information for relevant legal bodies on what are considered standard professional practices in this area.
Ramothlale, Elizabeth Faith(University of Pretoria, 2010-04-07)
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Jansen van Vuuren, Liesel; Reyers, Michelle; Van Schalkwyk, Henco(Unisa Press, 2017)
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