A comprehensive guide to planning, designing, and implementing appraisal systems that are tailored to meet an organization's real needs. For human resource professionals and managers, the authors show how to define performance, who should measure it, who should give and receive feedback, and how often appraisals should be made. They examine and evaluate the common approaches to appraisals--those oriented to the performer, the behavior, the result, or the situation--and shows how they can be integrated into an effective system.
Challenges in Appraising Performance.
DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE APPRAISAL SYSTEMS.
Guidelines for Designing Appraisal Systems.
Common Appraisal Methods and Their Consequences.
Determining Who Appraises Performance.
Designing a Complete Appraisal System.
Implementing an Appraisal System.
KEY ISSUES IN DESIGNING PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL SYSTEMS.
Legal Considerations in Performance Appraisal.
Appraisal-Driven Reward Systems.
Tailoring Appraisal Systems for Different Career Paths (J. Prince & M. Driver).
Appraising the Performance of Professional Employees (M. Von Glinow).
Integrating Appraisal with Other Human Resource Systems.
Series: Jossey-Bass Social and Behavioral Science Series
Number Of Pages: 256
Published: 6th April 1989
Publisher: JOSSEY BASS
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.45 x 15.75
Weight (kg): 0.5
Edition Number: 1