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problems (a la Lynne) and encouraging further improvement (a la Jim from coating department), I don’t have too much of a problem with these rating perameters compared to political views. However, I do have a concern about inflating ratings for workers that Jim believes may only be at the company for the short-term. My concern is that a higher rating will only prolong the employee’s employment with the company , which won’t improve performance because the employee becomes complacent and still in the company. With the some of the points of view on how each manager motivates their workers, it merits a respectable argument of the appraisal process helping the department and or organization; however, the appraisal process lacks a reliable and valid application even though all four managers utilize the same evaluation forms and information. It also goes to show that the appraisal process is extremely flawed, and needs to have a certain consistent function for all managers to improve performance within their respective departments.