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English version of Russian Standard for Assessment Centers

2013. Vol. 3. No. 2. P. 33–52 [issue contents]
This document is a first guidelines and ethical considerations for assessment center in Russia. Development of the Russian Standard for Assessment Centers was initiated in 2013 by the National Confederation for Human Capital Development and supported by the expert community. Today the Assessment Center method is widely used in Russia. There is an international Assessment Center Standard as well as a number of national standards. However, the Russian professional community does not view these as documents that are imperative to observe, because none of these standards fully reflects features specific to Russian Assessment Center practices and corresponds to Russian theoretical and methodological traditions of scientific research and development. For these reasons, the need to design a national Standard regulating Assessment Center development and implementation practices and reflecting modern-day Russian realities has now become evident. This Standard is a national-level, scientifically grounded, and cultural and ethical set of guidelines which describe the Assessment Center method and outline the minimum set of requirements for Assessment Centers. The Standard also contains recommendations based on best Assessment Center practices that will help to increase the quality of assessment procedures. The Standard addresses Assessment Center’s participants, observers, facilitators, administrators, developers and designers, sellers, scientists and researchers, consultants and experts, also trainers, university instructors teaching personnel assessment, students and Assessment Center training participants.

Citation: (2013) Russian Standard for Assessment Centers [Russian Standard for Assessment Centers] Organizational Psychology – Russia (e-journal), 2, pp. 33-52 (in Russian)
Keywords: assessment centers
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