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URN etd-0026114-140010
Author Yi-hua Li
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Department Human Resource Management
Year 2013
Semester 1
Degree Master
Type of Document
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title The Influence of Assessment Center Assessor Trainings on Rating Accuracy
Date of Defense 2014-01-20
Page Count 68
Keyword
  • Assessor Training
  • Frame-of-reference Training
  • Behavioral Observation Training
  • Rating Accuracy
  • Assessment Center
  • Abstract Assessment Center is a set of standardized assessment technique supporting
    various human resource management and development functions of business, and
    ensuring the effectiveness of human resource utility and the enhancement of human
    resource quality.
      The validity of assessment center is based on precise competency analysis and
    simulation exercises, and assessors also occupy importance positions. A qualified
    assessor has the ability to observe, record, and classify and rate assesse's behaviors in dimensions. Assessment center must train assessors to make reliable judgments about the behaviors of assesses.
      The purposes of the research are (a) supplying related reference of assessor training, (b) investigating the influence of different assessor trainings on rating accuracy and error, (c) setting complete procedures of assessor training for practical application and assisting businesses to assess accurately the competency of the talent.
      In this Study, the researcher examined the utility of frame-of-reference (FOR)
    training and behavioral observation training (BOT) for enhancing rating accuracy. 90
    participants were randomly assigned to either (a) control training, (b) FOR training, or
    (c) FOR training + BOT. Participants evaluated the behaviors of four ratees in two
    dimensions. The rating of participants were compared on various measurements of
    accuracy, including Cronbach's accuracy scores, distance accuracy, Borman's
    differential accuracy, halo-type accuracy and leniency measures.
      Results indicated that compared with control training, FOR training only led to
    significant enhancements in Borman's differential accuracy. However, contrary to
    predictions, the training group did not have significant difference among each other in
    Cronbach's accuracy scores, distance accuracy, halo-type accuracy and leniency
    measures. Hence, it cannot be effectively proved that the influence of assessor training on rating accuracy.
    Advisory Committee
  • Liang-Chih Huang - chair
  • Shih-Jer Chen - co-chair
  • Jin-Feng Uen - advisor
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    Date of Submission 2014-01-26

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