Performance Appraisal Systems In Public Institutions
Performance appraisal is the central instrument used for calibrating and monitoring employee behaviors and results. It is used to verify recruitment and selection techniques and the appropriateness of job analyses. Performance appraisal is used both in making judgments regarding pay and promotion and in exercising developmental options such as feedback and training. In designing and using the performance appraisal process, an organization must be cognizant of both legal strictures and strategic objectives. Fortunately, these two sets of standards are really the same. By paying attention to job analyses centered on job-related work behaviors and results, by communicating these and providing training in their use to employees and supervisors, and by documenting and monitoring the process for accuracy and fairness an organization can achieve a valid appraisal system.
Volume (Year): 3 (2010)
Issue (Month): 38 (May)
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