Performance Management Execution for Effective and Continuous Employee Appraisals
Journal of Business and Economic Research
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Most new managers tend to be fearful of assessing the performance of their employees. However, when planned in advance, performance assessment sessions need not be unpleasant or uncomfortable for the manager or the employee. There are several phases in the performance appraisal process, including planning, execution, assessment, and performance review. Based on the review of literature and personal experiences of the authors, this paper starts with a discussion of performance management programs and focuses on the performance execution aspect of a comprehensive performance appraisal system. The authors discuss what managers can and must do to successfully implement an effective appraisal system. Finally, the authors provide practical recommendations for what managers and supervisors should avoid in their employee assessment and evaluation processes.
Alston, B. A. and Mujtaba, Bahaudin, "Performance Management Execution for Effective and Continuous Employee Appraisals" (2009). HCBE Faculty Articles. 327.