28 September 2020

JobMatch Talent’s predictive validity

Psychology and Behavioral Science, International Journal has published a study on JobMatch Talent’s predictive validity. The study shows that JobMatch Talent’s predictive validity – ie the test’s ability to predict work performance is far above what other psychological tests have documented.

Professor Emeritus Trevor Archer from the University of Gothenburg believes that predictive validity is the most important factor for a test used in recruitment and HR.

The study shows that one can summarize JobMatch Talent’s predictive validity to .64, which is much higher than other tests. Professor Trevor Archer believes that this is probably due to the fact that the JMT test is specifically developed to predict work performance.

Read the entire study Direct link to the article