There are a variety of factors that can affect the overall performance rating of an individual. Aguinis (2013) defines two methods — 1) judgmental and 2) mechanical — for reaching an overall score and states that the mechanical approach is preferable in most cases, particularly if performance objectives are not weighted.
review Case Study 6-2: Judgmental and Mechanical Methods of Assigning Overall Performance Score at The Daily Planet. Discuss the implications of the judgmental and mechanical methods of assigning performance scores.
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Performance measurement is also essential to determine if the employee is performing his job duties efficiently and whether he can be promoted to a much responsible position (Clardy, 2014). Performance measurement is an essential part of performance management, however; it creates problems and dilemmas for both employees and managers. Performance measurement is also the critical element in the performance improvement ...
The factors that affect the overall performance rating of an individual is determined. The response addresses the query is posted in 406 words with APA References.