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Analyzing Employee Performance Evaluation Systems

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1. BACKGROUND: Provide some Background on the Case itself
2. ANALYSIS: What are the major points in this case? What are the issues or problems or issues you have identified?
3. SOLUTIONS: What are methods that would address the issues/problems (you need to support this with some research).
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This is a case that seeks to provide the reader with information in regards to the needs of a methodology by which to be able to effectively evaluate the performance of employees within an organization, as well as the need to ensure that the system and or process by which the employee performance is rated, is truly effective and efficient. This article also provides background information on the need for organizations to obtain employee input in regards to their perception of the performance evaluation process, as well as the need for organizations to continuously recalibrate the methodology that they are using, in accordance with the ever-changing conditions present at their organization, as well as the changing perceptions in regards to the evaluation process.

One of the major points of this case, is that the evaluation process ...

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