Question

**Consider a job that you have had or
that you currently hold. (Or the
job of a friend or relative). List at least three conceptual
criteria
for performance on this job. List at least one actual
criteria.**

**Is there likely to be deficiency
using this actual criteria?**

**Is there likely**
**to be contamination with this actual
criteria?**

Answer #1

Performance in the job means the quality work achieved to reach a certain goal.

Conceptual criteria for performance means the idea that cannot be actually measured.

Actually criteria in job are aptitude , right attitude towards job which can be measured.

Criteria contamination mean the part of actual criteria that is not related to the conceptual criteria.

All criteria suffer from contamination and deficiency.

Yes there is likely to be deficiency using the actual criteria

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