Using Narrow Facets of an Integrity Test to Predict Safety: A Test Validation Study

International Journal of Selection and Assessment, Volume 17, Number 1

7 Pages Posted: 26 Feb 2014

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Alex Casillas

ACT Inc. - Research Division

Steve Robbins

ACT Inc. - Research Division

Tamera McKinniss

ACT Inc. - Research Division

Bennett E. Postlethwaite

Pepperdine University

In‐Sue Oh

Temple University - Department of Human Resource Management

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Date Written: March 2009

Abstract

This paper describes the development and validation of an integrity test, the WorkKeys Performance Assessment, designed specifically to measure two domains: employee risk reduction (i.e., safety behavior) and general work attitudes. These domains were hypothesized to differentially predict multiple work outcomes, including task performance, organizational citizenship, counterproductive behavior, and safety. The study used a large sample of workers whose performance was rated by their supervisors. Results suggest that both integrity domains predict employee behavior, with risk reduction providing incremental validity over general work attitudes when predicting counterproductive and safety behavior. The findings support the value of measuring both domains of integrity.

Suggested Citation

Casillas, Alex and Robbins, Steve and McKinniss, Tamera and Postlethwaite, Bennett E. and Oh, In-Sue, Using Narrow Facets of an Integrity Test to Predict Safety: A Test Validation Study (March 2009). International Journal of Selection and Assessment, Volume 17, Number 1. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2401053

Alex Casillas

ACT Inc. - Research Division ( email )

500 ACT Drive
Iowa City, IA 52243
United States

Steve Robbins

ACT Inc. - Research Division ( email )

500 ACT Drive
Iowa City, IA 52243
United States

Tamera McKinniss

ACT Inc. - Research Division

500 ACT Drive
Iowa City, IA 52243
United States

Bennett E. Postlethwaite

Pepperdine University

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In-Sue Oh (Contact Author)

Temple University - Department of Human Resource Management ( email )

1801 Liacouras Walk
Alter Hall 343
Philadelphia, PA 19122
United States

HOME PAGE: http://www.fox.temple.edu/mcm_people/in-sue-oh/

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