Performance Appraisal

Angelo S. DeNisi

in Management

ISBN: 9780199846740
Published online January 2013 | | DOI:
Performance Appraisal

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Performance appraisal is concerned with assessing the performance of employees at work, although the concept and models apply to any situation where assessment of performance is important. Although the literature considers multiple purposes for conducting appraisals, the term really refers to the specific types of decisions that will be based on appraisal information. Ultimately, the purpose of conducting an appraisal is to improve the performance of the workforce. But the specific process of changing that performance is more properly considered performance management. Thus when considered together, performance appraisal and performance management represent one of the most critical processes that exist in organizations for managing employee behavior.

Article.  14739 words. 

Subjects: Business and Management

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