Checklist Method - The employee will have a good evaluation...

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Checklist Method The checklist method requires the manager to answer yes or no to a series of questions concerning the employee’s behavior. Give a specific example of how you would use this method to conduct a performance appraisal for an employee. Most of the types of questions asked on a ‘checklist’ evaluation would be for the answer of yes to be the favorable choice. One such question could be, “does the employee have comprehensive knowledge of his or her job?” If the answer is yes, then a point will be given to the employee.
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Unformatted text preview: The employee will have a good evaluation if the points are at least 85% of the total available. If the percentage is more, the compensation is better. If there is a raise involved that is equal to a maximum total, then the amount is split into 5 parts. For every 5% more than 85% the raise will be increased 3%. This will give the employee some incentive to succeed. But the consequences for a poor evaluation would be cut hours, suspension, demotion, or termination....
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