Mia’s Muffins

Mia’s Muffins: But structured interviews are so boring… Introduction These are sections of a recruitment and selection plan that contribute to the full analysis. The answers to these assignments should be complete, well organized, and of an appropriate length 1-2 pages, for the analysis involved, and include: Description of issue Recommendations Reference Sheet Unit Learning Outcome(s) Reflected in assignment: Explain the Differences Between Subjective and Objective Measures (4) Analyze the Importance of Correlation Coefficients and Scores (5) Interpret Different Tests of Reliability and Validity (5) Directions You would like to roll out a new structured behavioral/situational interview, but Mia wants to know what makes it better than the managers’ current unstructured interview, and if it is more legally defensible than the other options available to you. Assume the interview has been administered, and a performance score taken. You can show this by conducting a validation test. (Validity is the degree to which there is a relationship between two variables in a population). You will need to calculate the correlation coefficient, and determine if the results are statistically significant. If the p value is ‹.05, the result would be statistically significant. What is the correlation coefficient? (r value). The YouTube link below will provide guidance on how to calculate these values. Use the values from the table below. Based on your analysis. Would you recommend the structured interview to Mia? Why, or why not? Use the help guide from Youtube link below: How to Calculate a Correlation (and P-Value) in Microsoft Excel (Links to an external site.) Links to an external site. Employee # Interview Score Performance Rating

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