Development of Task Level Job Performance Criteria.
AMERICAN INSTITUTES FOR RESEARCH SILVER SPRING MD
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The overall study described in this report was designed to create and evaluate a methodology for the development of task level job performance criteria. The primary objective was to initially develop and later evaluate through field trials instruments and procedures that would provide the Armed Services with more useful measures of job performance than presently existed. The criterion instruments and procedures developed during the course of the study were designed for use in personnel management, systems development, planning, and evaluation rather than for use as a basis for personnel actions that affected the personal careers or compensation of individual servicemen. While the study focused on a limited number of Air Force specialty career ladders, the basic intent was the development of illustrative methodology which could be readily translated across many Air Force specialties as well as to related occupational specialty families across all military services.
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- Personnel Management and Labor Relations