Tanglewood Case 4 Essay

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Tanglewood Case 4 1. Tanglewood currently uses previous experience in the fields of education, work experience, and interview score to predict citizenship, absence, and promotion potential. Out of these predictors, education had the best correlation at .14 and a p-value < .01. Education is seen as statistically significant but not practically significant. Work experience was a decent predictor of performance and promotion potential. Work experience had a .16 correlation to performance and a p-value < .01. Even better, work experience had a correlation to promotion potential of .18. Work experience was statistically significant to both performance and promotion potential. It also had a p-value < .01. Interview score had a correlation of .16 and a p-value < .01 with promotion potential. Interview score is seen as statistically significantly when based on promotion potential. We need to also take into account that none of our correlations are moderate or high. This means that none of our comparisons are going to be practically significant. Just a few of the comparisons weren’t statistically significant. On the proposed methods for Tanglewood, we have plenty of options to consider when looking at our predictors correlated to citizenship, absence, performance, and promotion potential. The Marshfield Customer Service Biodata Questionnaire and Essay turned out to be the best predictor of citizenship. The Biodata had a correlation of .22 and p-value < .01 when comparing to citizenship. This is the highest correlation to citizenship and is proven to be statistically significant. When looking into the correlation conscientiousness to absence, conscientiousness is best correlated at -.33. Conscientiousness also has a p-value <.01 making it practically and statistically significant. Performance was seen as closely correlated to the

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