The Performance Appraisal

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Human Resources
The Performance Appraisal
Bob Jones
June 23, 2012

Human Resources and the Performance Apprisal
Human resources connects employers to employees. It is the heart of any organization where people are very important. This paper discusses an essential component of human resource management: the employee performance appraisal. The purpose of this paper is to review the vital components of employee performance management thorough the employee performance appraisal process. Practically all organizations have some means of appraising their employee’s performance. Usually this process is called a Performance Appraisal. This is a procedure which involves setting work standards, by evaluating the employee’s genuine performance in relation to those standards and providing constructive feedback to motivate him or her to reduce work performance insufficiency or to continue excelling in strong areas of performance. The performance appraisal is a common format used in teaching the individual employee. This format is typically in written form on a standard document which is custom designed for each particular position within the organization. However, the physical format is only a limited portion of the process. The process is most successful when the appraised employee is keenly aware of the performance standards for the position. In addition to receiving constructive feedback regarding their performance throughout the year with sufficient time to demonstrate compliance with the standards after feedback has been received and processed. The ultimate objective for this process is to improve the individual employee’s and thus the company’s overall performance. There are four main reasons to evaluate employee performance: ·First, pay raises and promotional decisions are based on the employee’s annual appraisal. ·Second, appraisals represent a major role in an employer’s...
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