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Hyvän henkilöarvioinnin käsikirja

Hyvän henkilöarvioinnin käsikirja
Aiheet HR-kirjat
Julkaisija Psykologien Kustannus Oy, Helsinki: Honkanen, H., Nyman, K. (toim.)
Julkaistu 2001
Sivumäärä 100
ISBN 951-9263-45-4

Kirjassa asetetaan henkilöarviointityöhön standardit ja minimikriteerit, joiden avulla arviointimenetelmien luotettavuutta ja arvioijien pätevyyttä voidaan määrittää.

“Personnel assessment has become one of the most important tools of Human Resource Management in organisations. There are also an increasing number of professionals specialised in assessment work, which has been conducted with varying models, competencies and methods. There are also significant differences between countries in the way personnel assessment is conducted, the party who has the right to define the necessary competencies for assessment work, and the availability of testing equipment.
The European Union (EU) has already passed and is still going to pass Directives that challenge those who are working in the personnel assessment field to scrutinise their professional procedures and practices. Questions of “protecting personal data and privacy” and “equal treatment in working life” are of particular importance.
The goal of this handbook is to define and to describe the characteristics of good practice in personnel assessment. How should legislation and ethical codes related to the assessment practice be implemented? How can high-quality assessment work be done in such a way that the results of the assessment will be as relevant as possible to the aims of HR-management?
This handbook emphasizes the importance of the competence of the consultants, test-users, HR-professionals and other specialists who work in the field of personnel assessment and thus tries to set standards for professional qualifications. The handbook stresses the mastering of the assessment process as a cornerstone of maintaining quality and reliability of the results.
The Handbook has been prepared by the Finnish Psychological Association in order to answer the challenges imposed by the new Finnish legislation based on EU Directives.

The book is meant for consultants who work in the field of personnel assessment, employers who in their decision-making use services provided by personnel assessment experts and authorities who in their work have to take positions in matters related to personnel assessment. The book can also be used as a course book in assessment-training courses.