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Performance Appraisal

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Yasmine Khater

on 18 July 2011

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Performance Appraisal What is Performance Appraisal? Measures the performance of the employees and the organization to check the progress towards the desired goals and aims.

Helps employees understand their abilities, competencies and relative merit and worth for the organization. http://appraisals.naukrihub.com/

http://www.humanresources.hrvinet.com/performance-appraisal-methods/

ttp://www.mbaknol.com/management-case-studies/case-study-on-new-performance-appraisal-system-at-xerox/

http://appraisals.naukrihub.com/challenges.html

http://blogs.forbes.com/susanadams/2011/03/22/how-to-ace-your-performance-review/

http://blogs.forbes.com/thirtyfingers/2011/06/15/360-degree-peer-review-tell-the-truth/a Sources 1. Critical incident method
2. Weighted checklist method
3. Paired comparison analysis
4. Graphic rating scales
5. Essay Evaluation method
6. Behaviorally anchored rating scales
7. Performance ranking method
8. Management By Objectives (MBO) method
9. 360 degree performance appraisal
10.Forced ranking (forced distribution) Types of Performance Appraisal Methods Who is involved and what are their roles? Challenges Case Study Conclusion The old system discouraged the employees rather than motivate them

A task force of senior human resources executives, councils of employees and middle managers to create a new system

New system spread out throughout the year instead of meeting once, the written on the employee’s goals, objectives, plans, and tasks for the year.

Results were as follows:

81 percent better understood work group objectives
84 percent considered the new appraisal fair
72 percent said they understood how their merit raise was determined
70 percent met their personal and work objectives
77 percent considered the system a step in the right direction

In conclusion, it can be clearly seen that the new system is a vast improvement over the previous one. Determining the evaluation criteria

Create a rating instrument

Lack of competence

Errors in rating and evaluation

Resistance Career development

"Get paid according to what you contribute"

Helps to rate the performance of the employees and evaluate their contribution towards the organizational goals. Industry Perspective: How To Ace Your Performance Review The performance review “destroys morale, kills teamwork and hurts the bottom line,” “A one-side-accountable, boss-administered review is little more than a dysfunctional pretense.”

Steps:
1. You must take the initiative
2. Do your own self-examination in advance
3. Spell out what support you need from your boss
4. Detail your goals for the next year
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