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Definition Self-Appraisal. Description.

A Self-Appraisal is a method in which the employee evaluates his own performance and then discusses this with his manager. The method can be used as an introduction phase of an Appraisal process. An advantage of doing so is that it provides the employee with the opportunity to reflect on his own performance and reasons behind it. It can be a good preparation for the appraisal by the manager of the employee and can help to increase the size of the future-oriented part of it.

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