ISBN-10:
1138855847
ISBN-13:
9781138855847
Pub. Date:
12/02/2016
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Adverse Impact Analysis: Understanding Data, Statistics, and Risk / Edition 1

Adverse Impact Analysis: Understanding Data, Statistics, and Risk / Edition 1

by Scott B. Morris, Eric M. Dunleavy
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ISBN-13: 9781138855847
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 12/02/2016
Pages: 400
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)

About the Author

Scott B. Morris, Ph.D., is a professor of industrial/organizational psychology at Illinois Institute of Technology. Much of his work focuses on applied data analysis issues in personnel selection, including adverse impact analysis, test bias analysis, and test validation.

Eric M. Dunleavy, Ph.D., is the director of the Personnel Selection and Litigation Support Services department at DCI Consulting Group. His primary areas of expertise are in employee selection, validation research, adverse impact analyses, and other EEO analytics.

Table of Contents

Section 1. Introduction 1.An Introduction to Adverse Impact Measurement in the EEO Context Eric M. Dunleavy and Scott B. Morris 2. Understanding Employment Data used for EEO Disparity Analyses David P. Lamoreaux and Matthew R. Thompson Section 2. Analyzing Employee Selection Decisions 3. Structuring a Traditional EEO Adverse Impact Analysis: The 2×2 Table David Cohen, David S. Fortney, and Emilee Tison 4. Statistical Significance Testing in Adverse Impact Analysis Scott B. Morris 5. Measuring Practical Significance in Adverse Impact Analysis Fred Oswald, Eric M. Dunleavy, and Amy Shaw 6. When and Why do Different Indices Lead to Different Conclusions about Adverse Impact Kevin Murphy and Rick Jacobs 7. Workforce Composition and Utilization Analyzes Dan Kuang and Marife Ramos 8. Many 2×2 Tables: Understanding Multiple Events in Adverse Impact Analyses Scott B. Morris, Eric M. Dunleavy, and Mirinae Lee Section 3. Analyzing Other Employment Outcomes 9. Proper Methods for Statistical Analysis of Promotions Bernard Siskin and Nicholas Schmidt 10. Analyzing EEO Disparities in Pay: A Primer on Structuring Analyses Dennis Doverspike, Winfred Arthur, Jr., and Catalina Flores 11. Analyzing EEO Disparities in Pay: Guidance in the Application of Regression Analyses Kayo Sady and Michael Aamodt 12. Analyzing Reduction in Force and Other Termination Decisions Donald R. Deere and James E. Pearce Section 4. Perspectives on Adverse Impact Analysis 13. Using Your Data Wisely: Proactive Monitoring of Employment Disparities Kathleen K. Lundquist, Toni S. Locklear, and Michael Lippstreu 14.Thoughts from an EEO Agency Perspective Richard Tonowski 15. Addressing the Ever Increasing Standards for Statistical Evidence: A Plaintiff Attorney's Perspective Cyrus Mehri and Michael Lieder 16. Disparate Impact, Trial by Statistics: Thoughts from a Defense Attorney's Perspective David Bennet Ross and Gina Merrill 17. Case Law Interpretations of Statistical Evidence Regarding Adverse Impact Arthur Gutman 18. Some Conclusions and Emerging Issues in Adverse Impact Measurement Eric M. Dunleavy amd Scott B. Morris

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