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Identify some characteristics of an effective evaluation system.

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There are many characteristics, but some of the most important are:

It links to the standards of the processes and common needs of the company. If the evaluation is not based on the standards of the job or process, it is of limited use. The goal is to make improvements to the system and the system should have a standard or standards that make it of value to the company.

It uses both quantitative and qualitative approaches or methods. Not every evaluation should be about the hard data, numbers, ratings on the scale. It also needs to have some questions that place value on the input of feelings, ...

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