Question 5: Rationalize the performance appraisal program In line with performance appraisal program rationalization, my appraisal is based on what is currently used at my workplace. Over three years, we have been using it and it sounds a good appraisal process for both employees and managers. At the beginning, it becomes hectic to evaluate your performance because you are likely to be biased but later I realized what was needed. In effect, self evaluation opened my eyes, gave direction and I understood what was
CREATING MY DREAM JOB 7 necessary for me to perform highly. Additionally, the appraisal program will require me to give a general evaluation of my skills, and state the areas that I should improve. The program also gives an opportunity for me to express my concerns and desires to grow and expand my position. This self evaluation document will directly go to my Catering supervisor for further review and evaluation. According to research, appraisal program that utilizes both management-by-objectives and graphic scale rating is the successful in determining the salaries and bonuses of employees. Generally, it is absolutely user friendly, gives satisfactory answers as to why there were promotions and increment of salaries. In food industry, the goal of every worker is to provide quality and satisfactory catering services (Joseph, 2010). Appraisal program that is based on graphic rating scale is likely to provide reliable information used to make promotions and increase salaries. In order to justify my appraisal program, I closely looked at perform review factors and appraisal interview guide. In addition, I gathered extensive information regarding appraisal programs in food industry specifically in Paris. For new employees like me serving as a catering manager, there is need to develop performer whereby I will be learning and widening my experience. Equally, the supervisor and responsible team need to guide based on self-evaluation and supervisor’s evaluation. The appraisal program also focuses on performance activities, management support, target completion, success measures as well as performance goals.
CREATING MY DREAM JOB 8 References Joseph, R. (2010). Careers in catering, hotel administration & management . London: Kogan Page.
CREATING MY DREAM JOB 9 Meyer, H. H., & Walker, W. B. (2008). A study of factors relating to the effectiveness of a performance appraisal program. Personnel Psychology , 14 (3), 291-298. Sethi, M., & Malhan, S. (2013). Catering management: An integrated approach . New Delhi: New Age. Shiring, S. B. (2014). Professional catering: The modern caterer's complete guide to success . Clifton Park, NY: Delmar.
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