A majority of companies today have some form of performance appraisal system

A majority of companies today have some form of performance appraisal system

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A majority of companies today have some form of performance appraisal system. These systems typically make use of a standardized rating form that is used to evaluate various aspects of employee performance. Each of these evaluations is based on the numerical values as well. Most formal appraisals are done annually, but the employees would like it completed more frequently. Many employees and bosses have frequently expressed the dissatisfaction of the poorest performing, most ineffective, and least efficient practice performed by human resources. Performance management goes beyond annual appraisal ratings and interviews and incorporates
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Unformatted text preview: employee goal setting, feedback, coaching, rewards, and individual development. PM also focuses on an ongoing process of performance improvement, rather than emphasizing an annual performance review. At a systems level, it is more likely to promote challenging organizational assumptions that stimulate learning, rather than simply maintaining the status quo. Works Cited Werner, J. M. (2009). Human Resource Development 5th ed. Mason: South-Western Cengage Learning....
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2011 for the course MANAGEMENT 4058 taught by Professor Knight during the Spring '11 term at South University Online.

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