Sex bias in job evaluation: The effect of sex on judgments of factor and level weights
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Job evaluation instruments have recently been the subject of a number of critical reviews. In these reviews, job evaluation methods have been criticized for sex bias in the selection and weighting of factors. The present work investigated whether males and females differed in their ratings of importance on ten job evaluation factors and whether different weighting techniques would result in different wage structures. The results indicated that rater gender explained little of the variation in the ratings of the job evaluation factors. © 1987, Sage Publications. All rights reserved.
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Educational and Psychological Measurement
Cooper, Elizabeth A., Dennis Doverspike, Gerald V. Barrett, and Ralph A. Alexander. "Sex bias in job evaluation: The effect of sex on judgments of factor and level weights." Educational and Psychological Measurement 47, 2 (1987): 369-375. doi: 10.1177/0013164487472009.