- The team selection inventory: Empirical data from a New Zealand sample
- Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources
- Volume | Issue number
- 46 | 2
- Pages (from-to)
- Document type
- Faculty of Economics and Business (FEB)
- Amsterdam Business School Research Institute (ABS-RI)
Within personnel selection there is an increasing emphasis on multi-level selection. However, while there are a range of psychometrically robust tools available for assessing person—job fit, substantially fewer are available for assessing person—team or person—organization fit. One of the few tools available for selecting for person—team fit is the Team Selection Inventory (TSI); however, the only published TSI data relates to UK and Greek samples. Given that selection processes in New Zealand and Australia, as well as other parts of the Asia-Pacific region, are similar to those in the UK, with a growing need for valid measures of person—team fit, the aim of the current study was to begin the process of collecting data from the Asia-Pacific region by providing psychometric data from a sample of graduating New Zealand students (n = 148). Results demonstrated similar psychometric properties to the UK data, along with minimal gender and ethnic group differences.
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