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Using Assessment Centers to Improve the Effectiveness of Selection, Promotion, Trading and Career Planning

Auther : Rifae Mohamad Rifae

The term ‘assessment center’ refers to a group-oriented, standardized series of activities, which provide a basis for judgments, or predictions of human behavior relevant to work performed in an organizational setting. Over the past 20 years, hundreds of organizations in the public and private sector throughout the world have used assessment centers to improve their effectiveness in selection, promotion, training and career planning.

An assessment center has the following essential elements:

1. Multiple assessment techniques are employed, one of which must be A simulation.

2. Multiple specially trained assessors must be used.

3. Judgments (i.e. recommendations for selection, promotion, training and development) must be based on information gained both assessors and techniques.

Although the professional literature cites numerous studies demonstrating the validity of the assessment center process in a variety of organizational settings, the process should not be adopted without careful consideration. The return on investment can be estimated prior to assessment center design and implementation.

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