President Chris Kunze at Kunze Analytics will be co-presenting with Dr. Ben Palmer at the first Annual Genos International Partner Conference Game Changers June 24-27, 2018 at Shangri-La, Rasa Sentosa, in Singapore.
In this article, I’d like to think out-loud about the topic of employee retention. There’s been a lot written surrounding this topic over the years: it’s cost to companies, changes to employee morale, company loyalty, generational differences in typical tenure among other subjects. On page 57 of the 84-page pdf from SIOP, one reads the following admonitions:
A question I frequently get asked by both new and experienced Partners in the assessment industry is why the number of 30 incumbents is recommended as a minimum sufficient sample size for creating custom concurrent performance models.
One of the purposes of the study was to provide the scientific community and the world with a more accurate understanding of what small, medium, and large effect sizes (correlations symbolized by the letter “r”) are in applied Psychology.
When companies select an assessment for prehire screening of job applicants, they typically have some knowledgeable person download a performance model from the test publisher’s library of patterns or they create a concurrent performance model using assessment results from a representative group of incumbents.