Accession Number : ADA294282

Title :   Modeling Job Performance: Is There a General Factor?

Descriptive Note : Technical rept. 1 Sep 92-30 Jun 93,

Corporate Author : IOWA UNIV IOWA CITY

Personal Author(s) : Viswesvaran, C.

PDF Url : ADA294282

Report Date : JUN 1993

Pagination or Media Count : 146

Abstract : Virtually every measurable individual differences variable thought to be relevant to the productivity, efficiency, or profitability of the unit or organization has been used as a measure of job performance in the Industrial- Organizational psychology literature. A question that remains largely unaddressed is the extent to which the various measures correlate with one another. In this dissertation, I examined: (a) the true score intercorrelations between the various dimensions of job performance; and (b) test whether a hierarchical model explains the true score correlations between the different job performance measures.

Descriptors :   *JOBS, *PERFORMANCE(HUMAN), *PSYCHOLOGY, ORGANIZATIONS, MODELS, DOCUMENTS, PRODUCTIVITY, HIERARCHIES.

Subject Categories : Psychology
      Personnel Management and Labor Relations

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE