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Data Reliability

  • Stabiity - We measure your tests or assessments ability to yield the same measurement over a period of time. 
  • Chronbach's Alpha - Quantifies the internal consistency of the response data for assessment questions.


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Validity

  • Construct Validity - is the degree to which a test measures what it claims to measure.  Constructs are used to conceptualize latent variables.  Our data measures correlations to the latent variable and to each other. 
  • Factor Analysis - is a method used to describe the variability observed.  The method searches for joint variances with the goal of reducing redundant or ineffective variables. 
  • Criterion Validity - is the mathematical relationship between measurement critenon and a concurrent or predictive outcome.  
  • Structural Equation Modeling - is the use of mathematical models to establish the relationship between observable and latent or dependent variables. 

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Adverse Impact


  • The 80% Rule: A measurement established to by the Department of Labor which states that the selection rate of the protected group should be at least 80% of the selection rate of the non-protected group.  
  • T-Test: is used to determine whether there is a significant difference in the scores of a protected group as compared to the dominant group. 
  • ANOVA: A statistical method used to determine if a significant difference exists between the mean scores of the protected class and the non-protected class groups results. 


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What is ASI Certification?

Regulatory Compliance

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 Compliance means conforming to a rule, such as a specification, policy, standard or law. Regulatory compliance describes the goal that organizations aspire to achieve in their efforts to ensure that they are aware of and take steps to comply with relevant laws, policies, and regulations.


 ASI provides confirmation that the tests and assessments that you use or supply, meet ASI standards.  ASI standards follow EEOC guidelines but are not a substitute for legal analysis and opinion.


 Choosing a test or assessment certified by ASI gives you the confidence to know that your use of the test or assessment complies with our strict industry standards and procedures.  



Third Party Assurance

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Millions of people use tests and assessments to make hiring and management decisions in their organizations.  ASI certification is your key to making sure that the tests and assessments you use meet the highest of standards.


Most importantly, ASI certification is not a one-time event, but involves regular review and re-testing of your test and assessment products to ensure that they continue to meet the same high standards required to maintain certification over time. 


Products that earn ASI certification are said to be “ASI Certified” or “ASI Listed” and display the applicable ASI certificaiton mark.  

Creating Better Tests and Assessments

 We employ exacting scientific processes and the highest ethical principles to help create a better testing and assessment world. As concerns about disparate impact and inappropriate use of tests and assessments continue to expand, we provide broad leadership, deep expertise and vital services to guide the industry to fair and higher standards.


Our  goal is to  enhance confidence between buyers and sellers as they mitigate risk and conform to applicable regulations. 

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