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1.) Would you recommend that an employer use a forced distribution approach to performance appraisal? What are the pros and cons?
2.) What might a workplace privacy policy look like? What issues should it address? What should it say about those issues?

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1) There are numerous benefits of the forced distribution approach. It systematizes the performance appraisal process and helps in avoiding favoritism in the workplace. It helps in systematically weeding out non-performers in large organizations and helps in enhancing productivity, efficiency and profitability in the workforce. However, FDA is not the best approach for conducting performance appraisals because it leads to poor morale and has a negative impact on the work culture in an organization. FDA is not effective in team or group ...

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