The Individual at Work Unit 5: Performance Appraisal

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Abstract

After studying this unit, students should be able to: appreciate the background to the measurement of performance in organisations; describe the types of performance appraisal tools and processes used in organisations; discuss organisational issues in the measurement of performance and the feedback of performance data; identify and discuss the various influences on different stakeholders in the performance appraisal process; highlight some of the difficulties involved in collecting and using performance data in organisations, and appreciate how occupational psychologists can help organisations to improve these processes and review current trends in professional practice and contemporary research.

 

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The Individual at Work Unit 5: Performance Appraisal

 

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  • Author(s): Psychology  
  • Subject: The Individual at Work Unit 5: Performance Appraisal
  • Keywords: ukoer "performance in organisations" "performance appraisal" performance appraisal "appraisal process" "occupational psychologists"
  • Grade level: Masters 
  • Course type: Instructional Web site 
  • Language(s):  English
  • Material type(s): Course package, PDF, rtf, HTML, eBook 
  • Media format(s): eBook, rtf and HTML
  • Date OER Published: 25 Feb 2010 
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