O*NET® Products at Work
O*NET Users! Tell us how you're using O*NET products in your own projects. We'll consider your story for inclusion in the O*NET Products at Work directory. It's a great way to share your products or research with the millions of other O*NET users.
Download a list of books, research papers, and websites referencing O*NET products and tools:
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The Center for Hospitality Research of Cornell University conducted a study titled, Ability versus Personality: Factors that Predict Employee Job Performance (Tracey, Sturman & Tews, 2007). The researchers used O*NET definitions, education and training requirements, tasks, and required knowledges, skills, and abilities as part of their research to test the hypothesis that cognitive ability is more important for predicting performance among inexperienced employees than among experienced employees in frontline restaurant jobs. In addition, they hypothesized that conscientiousness was more valid for predicting performance among experienced employees than inexperienced employees. These hypotheses were supported in their research.
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