For ease of interpretation, it is best to think of “Termination Analyses” as “Retention Analyses,” that way one can interpret the results in the same way as other positive outcomes (e.g., hires, promotions, etc.). Here, the retention analysis is conducted by comparing the retention rate of one group (e.g., women, individual minority group, 40+ years of age) to the retention rate of another group (e.g., men, whites, <40 years of age). This type of analysis can be regarded as the “most typical” type of adverse impact analysis, and is specifically explained in the Uniform Guidelines as a “rates comparison” (see Section 4D) that compares the passing rates between two groups (e.g., men and women) on a practice, procedure, or test. The default setting is to compare the retention rate of each group to “the retention rate of the group with the highest rate” so long as the group with the highest rate accounts for at least 2.0% of the total pool. Read More...
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