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Losyk’s (2002) ‘How to conduct a performance appraisal’ is a brief snapshot on what he considers to be key elements of delivering positive and productive performance appraisals. He argues that understanding our biases is the “biggest challenge that impedes an … Continue reading
Recommended Reads: Gray, G. (2002), ‘Performance appraisals don’t work’, Industrial Management, March/April. Gray’s article ‘Performance appraisals don’t work’ (2002) is a paper which says that the process of conducting performance appraisals does not elicit the desired behaviours required from employees … Continue reading
Recommended Reads: Garavan, T.N., Morley, M., and Flynn, M. (1997), ‘360 degree feedback: its role in employee development’, Journal of Management Development, Vol. 16, No. 2, pp. 134-147, MCB University Press. In terms of communication management and performance feedback in … Continue reading
Does your organization assess its employees on the competencies they deem to be most crucial for success?
Recommended Reads: Abraham, S.E., Karns, L.A., Shaw, K., and Mena, M.A., (2001), ‘Managerial competencies and the managerial performance appraisal process’, Journal of Management Development, Vol. 20, No. 10, pp. 842-852, MCB University Press. Abraham et al’s (2001) study initially surveys … Continue reading
I would recommend a read of this article by David Rolleston (Associate Director of Robert Walters Melbourne) by on performance appraisals. It might also be useful to send around to your clients as it sends a key message- preparation is … Continue reading
If the thought of performance appraisal time at your workplace as a HR professional makes you break out in hives, get some antihistamines and try not to stress- you aren’t alone. Why is it so stressful? Like most HR pros … Continue reading