Consulting Services: Employee Selection and Validation Research
Employment selection tools like tests, interviews, and resume screens can offer substantial value to employers by increasing the likelihood that the right applicants are selected. When a selection tool has adverse impact against a protected group, that toolmust be validated to be legally defensible.
Validation research can be a critical component to understanding the legal defensibility of employment decision making related to hiring, promotion, termination, and pay. In addition to legal considerations, validation research also inform on the quality of those decision making systems. For example, are organizational hiring processes increasing the likelihood that selected candidates can perform the job more successfully than candidates that are rejected? Validation research can help inform on how confident organizations are that their selection decisions are good ones. For this reason it is a best practice for organizations to proactively validate their selection systems regardless of EEO context. DCI has substantial expertise and experience in developing and validating selection systems in the EEO context. For more information about DCI services in this area click on the links below; If you have any questions about our selection and validation services, please contact Dr. Eric Dunleavy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Michael Aamodt, Principal Consultant at DCI Consulting Group, wrote an article featured in SIOP’s TIP publication, January 2017.
DCI has confirmed with OFCCP that a new round of CSAL letters were officially mailed as of February 17th. The letters were sent directly to establishments and “Frequently Asked Questions” resources have been updated on the Department of Labor’s website regarding the FCSS and CSALs.
Specifically, in referencing OFCCP’s CSAL and FCSS FAQs, we note the following new or revised FAQs:
- Will the corporate headquarters of establishments on the scheduling list receive a CSAL?
- No. CSALs are mailed to all establishments identified on the scheduling lists developed for a given scheduling cycle. Unlike previous years, OFCCP will not send notice to a corporation’s headquarters. Instead, the CSAL directs Read More