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Collaborative research between Hogan and our partners examined differences in scale scores among different generations.
To briefly summarize, researchers examined scale score differences between Baby Boomers (born 1946 – 1964), Generation X (born 1965 – 1977), and Generation Y (born 1978 – 1994).
Overall, the research concludes that the effects of culture on personality are hard to define and while some differences may exist, it appears we are more alike than we are different.
We work with organizations of all sizes – from small firms to Fortune 500 global companies in diverse industries, such as financial services, pharmaceuticals, retail, and consumer goods.Hogan has over 25 years of experience providing assessments solutions for employee selection and development.Hundreds of validation studies demonstrate the extent to which the assessments predict performance.For reliability, we provide evidence for the internal consistency of our assessments, as well as consistency of measurement over time, as sufficient data are available.To obtain local validation evidence for our assessments, we work with distributors and clients engaged in specific research initiatives to gather matched assessment and job performance data.
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To date over 2 million people have completed Hogan assessments.