No Routine Annual Performance Appraisals


 
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No Routine Annual Performance Appraisals
Sey Ojo, Accountant, United Kingdom, Member
Performance appraisals in my opinion should not be allowed to become a routine annual exercise, but should be used to improve the performances of all levels of staff. They should be carried out in an informal environment that does not make the appraisee feel he/she is being interviewed or scrutinized. Appraisals can be made fun, with the supervisor and the supervised benefiting immensely as both parties are able to share a lot which can be transferred into the work place. Appraisal discussions could be held informally every six or eight weeks with supervisory note taken by the supervisor....Register
 

 
Periodicity and Purpose of Appraisals
K Ghosh, Business Consultant, Member
I have been in the automobile industry for over 10 years now. While I agree with most of the views expressed, I do believe that appraisal should not b...
 

 
Performance Assessments Must Be Ongoing
Anagha Kumar, HR Consultant, India, Member
I agree performance assessment is an ongoing activity and should not happen half-yearly or annually. If the manager gives instant feedback (positive /...
 

 
The Annual Performance Review Process: Let the Games Begin!
Maurizio Morselli, Teacher, Italy, Member
About the annual performance review games people play and the perils of the Gaussuan Curve.
It’s the end of January! How did you perform in the r...
 

 
Performance Appraisal not Only Performance Review
sergio wojtyszyn, Argentina, Member
The performance appraisal is a good moment to have a formal meeting with the employee. But sometimes managers take this moment as the only in the year...
 

 
 


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