Automated Video Interview Personality Assessments: Reliability, Validity, and Generalizability Investigations

Contributors: Wharton People Analytics Postdoctoral Researcher Louis Hickman & Nigel Bosch, Vincent Ng, Rachel Saef, Louis Tay, Sang Eun Woo Organizations are increasingly adopting automated video interviews (AVIs) to screen job applicants despite a paucity of research on their reliability, validity, and generalizability. In this study, we address this gap byRead More

A Trick to Stop Touching Your Face

By: Reb Rebele and Adam Grant The Atlantic We didn’t sign a consent form, but we’re all participants in the world’s largest natural experiment in behavior change. In response to the coronavirus pandemic, millions if not billions of people around the globe are pleading for systemic solutions. In the meantime,Read More

Does losing temporary workers matter? The effects of planned turnover on replacements and unit performance.

By: Federica De Stefano, rocio bonet and Arnaldo Camuffo Academy of Management Journal VOL. 0, NO. ja | This study examines the performance consequences of planned turnover. In particular, we investigate the departure of temporary workers due to the expiration of their contracts. We reconcile the contradictory predictions of collective turnover research—that any typeRead More

Small Cues Change Savings Choices

By: James J. Choi, Emily Haisley, Jennifer Kurkoski, & Cade Massey  PROJECT SUMMARY Researchers tested the effects of including cues, anchors, and savings goals in a company email encouraging employee contributions to their 401(k). IMPACT Researchers found that providing high contribution rate or savings goal examples, or highlighting high savingsRead More