Rolling Meadows, Ill. — March 6
Valtera’s thought leaders have contributed to the recently released book titled, “Alternative Validation Strategies: Developing New and Leveraging Existing Validity Evidence.”
The book, a compendium of research and thinking on creative approaches to employment test validation, was edited by S. Morton McPhail, Ph.D., a senior vice president and managing principal with Valtera.
The book offers employers cost-effective ways to draw inferences from their selection procedures while meeting stringent legal and regulatory requirements.
In addition to McPhail’s work, the book contains chapters from other Valtera senior scientists, including Nancy T. Tippins, Ph.D., Julie A. Caplinger, M.A., and Damian J. Stelly, Ph.D., as well as many other leading experts from both academia and practice.
“Valtera has a long history of advancing the field of assessment science,” said William H. Macey, CEO of Valtera, who co-authored one of the book’s chapters. “We’re extremely proud that our consultants are continually involved in state-of-the-art research and publication.”
The book was published by Jossey-Bass as part of its Professional Practice Series for the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP).
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