Research reveals validity and freedom from adverse impact across multivariate assessments.
TTI Performance Systems announces the completion and publication of three technical reports on Behaviors, Motivators and Competencies, assessed from its Style Insights®, Motivation Insights®, DNA Personal Soft Skills Indicator and the Hartman Value Profile. These three reports join the research library of TTI's recently published Adverse Impact Study.
Brad Harper, TTI-certified associate and executive director of Trigon Executive Assessment Center, said, "I was recently involved in significantly expanding the use of TTI TriMetrix® HD in the selection process of a multi-million dollar utilities company, in which legal liability issues and adverse impact exposure were of major concern. The evidence disclosed in TTI's technical reports assuaged Corporate's fears and validated the prospect of TTI solutions for their human resource needs."
Using Cronbach's alpha (Î±), the most appropriate statistical test for calculating reliability, research demonstrates TTI's behavior assessments score up to .885; motivator assessments up to .829; with competency assessments indicating a part one reliability of .897 and a part two reliability of .825. All assessments are well above the minimum levels of acceptance for scientific validity.
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TTI Performance Systems, Ltd. is the world's leading source for research-based, validated assessment and coaching tools that enable organizations to effectively meet their human capital management needs. With a client base made up of Fortune 500 companies, its assessments and reports are at work in more than 90 countries and in 40 languages. TTI is also a leader in cutting edge research on human behavior, communication and workplace attitudes and performance. TTI develops thought leadership in the realms of entrepreneurism, education and human interaction. For more information, go to www.ttiassessments.com.