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which many scholars attributed to the limited amount of definition and guidance they provided the rater.” (Milkovich & Wigdor, 1991) An additional scale also used is behaviorally anchored rating scales (BARS). This scale is much more specific and focuses more on behavior. The scale measures the degree of performance using reference points called anchors. “For example, teamwork may be a dimension on a BARS tool, with anchors such as "participates in team meetings from time to time," "frequently participates and contributes new ideas in team meetings," and so forth. BARS scales are not commonly used and developing a BARS assessment tool can be a time-consuming
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HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT process.” ("Which performance rating scale is best, and what should an employer consider in adopting a performance rating scale?", 2018)
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HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT References Concepts & Definitions | Human Resources. (2018). Retrieved from - network/central-guide-managing-hr/managing-hr/managing-successfully/performance- management/concepts Groysberg, B., & Abbott, S. (2018). A.P. Moller - Maersk Group: Evaluating Strategic Talent Management Initiatives [Ebook] (pp. 1-20). Harvard Business School Publishing. Retrieved from Milkovich, G., & Wigdor, A. (1991). Pay for performance: Evaluating Performance Appraisal and Merit Pay (pp. 45-71). Washington, D.C.: The National Academy Press. Doi:10.17226/1751 Performance management processes and best practices | Resources. (2018). Retrieved from - processes Which performance rating scale is best, and what should an employer consider in adopting a performance rating scale?. (2018). Retrieved from - qa/pages/whattodowhendevelopingperfratescales.aspx
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