Evaluer La Performance Individuelle Sur Les Resultats: De La Recherche D'Efficience Au Stress Professionnel
This article presents the results of an exploratory study aiming to understand potential links between the use of a control over results' tool, more precisely an individual evaluation systems, and occupational stress. This research exposes that control systems' strengthening and empowerment are opposite trends which create tension zones responsible of evaluation systems' dysfunctions. That's why employees can't validate evaluations' criteria and are, as a result, stressed. By showing links between occupational stress and control over results, this article add others binding factors to this mode of control.
|Date of creation:||19 May 2015|
|Publication status:||Published in Comptabilité, Contrôle et Audit des invisibles, de l'informel et de l'imprévisible, May 2015, Toulouse, France. pp.cd-rom, 2015, 36ème Congrès de l'AFC|
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