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Do You Want to Profile Performance or Predict It?

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This commentary describes the profiling approach to pre‐employment assessment, compares it to the predictive approach to assessment, and discusses some of the major issues with the profiling methodology. It then describes the results of an analysis comparing the effectiveness of the two methods in selecting insurance sales agents. Read this white paper to learn more about profiling approaches.


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