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This paper defines and examines the many issues involved in employee performance appraisals. Several problems in performance appraisals are discussed, such as evaluator bias. Also considered is the relationship of an evaluation to pay raise, which some feel put employees and managers on opposite sides. Another problem that is explored is the lack of continuous communication between managers and employees between appraisals. The author offers several recommendations to make performance evaluations fair. The paper concludes by stating there are a number of things an employer can do to improve the performance appraisal process.
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