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Copy of Human Resource Situation - Case Study Presentation
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What evalution approaches result in high employee performance?
Proponent of the
How to manage poor performance?
What evaluation approaches result in high employee performance?
Which approaches to coaching/mentoring result in consistent employee performance.
Frink and Ferris (1998)
Golec and Kayha (2006)
Thank You for your attention.... Questions??
RECOGNITION or EMPTY PROMISE?
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Incorporate actual objectives and expectations of the position in the job description.
Communicate both the objectives and expectations clearly for consistency.
Develop questions that align with the culture of the organization to ask the incumbent.
Future research should focus on, does the current practices of evaluation and performance apply today.