Developing a Performance Appraisal System
A performance appraisal is one of the most important factors in any organization and can be one of the greatest tools used to record employee production. Every organization has to have goals and objectives established and the employee has to be involved in this process. By conducting performance appraisal will improve productivity and also the morale of the employees. Appraisals are a positive way for an employer to let the employee know how well they are performing the duties that are assigned to them, and an appraisal is a good indictor of how an employee needs to improve in a certain job task. Even though performance appraisals can be good for the organization, it can also be a controversial management tool. Critics of performance appraisals have many compelling arguments against its use. They can have a false degree of accuracy, engenders dysfunctional employee conflict and competition, assigns an inordinate amount of responsibility to individual with poor work performance. Many will argue that these negative effects of appraisal can be fixed through genuine employee participation. Every organization can have a successful employee performance appraisal system, it is important as managing your financial resources. Employee performance can have a profound effect on both financial and program components to any organization. Managers have to identify what the organizations goal are and how they can be accomplished, communicate these goals with all individuals make the goals clear and precise. Use these performances as a basis for appropriate personnel actions including rewarding performances and if need what action to improve less then successful performances. The Office of Personnel Management defines this process as: • Planning work and setting expectations
• Monitoring performance continually.
• Developing the capacity to...
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