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. Questions Question 1 1 / 1 point The 360-degree feedback method is best described as: Question options: An employee is rated by others each day of the year for a full year An employee is evaluated by others in the company who work in different geographic locations Multiple raters from different levels and vantage points evaluate an employee An employee evaluates his or her own performance and compares that to the standards put forth by the company at large. Question 2 1 / 1 point In addition to biases existing on the part of people who do the ratings, the people who receive evaluations (i.e., the ratees) can be biased as well. One example of ratee bias is EGOCENTRIC BIAS, which is best described as: Question options: The tendency to evaluate oneself more favorably than others do The tendency to believe that one can accomplish a task alone, when in fact, a team is needed The tendency to compare oneself with less fortunate and incompetent others
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