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Business Management: The Appraisal Process

Briefly describe the appraisal process and how it should work.

2. Do you agree with the observation that managers are tempted to just get the appraisal process over with and possibly take care of the appraisal through e-mail?
3. What are some major factors that distort performance appraisals?
4. Leary-Joyce states that people don't get out of bed wanting to do a bad job and the appraisal process can motivate them to do a good job. How can that happen?
5. What does she suggest managers do to make the meeting more successful?
6. Based on all the above when and why would you recommend employee training and development plans. As much info as possible thanks in a generic situation thanks hopes this helps.

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Briefly describe the appraisal process and how it should work.
Information is gathered by the supervisor about the employee. Information such as wages, hours worked, days taken off, days absent, tardiness, work process units completed, interactions with coworkers and others, and daily work related records. Direct supervisors should be interviewed. The employee's skills and abilities should be reviewed. A report of the employee is drawn up and reviewed and recommendations suggested. Then the employee is asked to give a review of their work and submit is, a meeting is scheduled, and the two are reviewed together and recommendations for the future of the employee are discussed.

2. Do you agree with the observation that managers are tempted to just ...

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The appraisal process for business management are examined. The major factors that distort performance appraisals are given.

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