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Effectiveness of Performance Appraisals
This paper is a research study of the effectiveness of performance appraisals, a term used for evaluating performance of employees in an organization, and the issues accompanying performance appraisals.
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Description:

This paper is a research project which used a review of literature and previously completed research projects to evaluate if the achievement of organizational goals and objectives can be measured in part by effective performance appraisals. The paper reports that all of the studies confirm that effective and proper performance appraisals do result in better job performance, measuring performance effectively and enhancing care for work ethic. The author believes that an individual performance evaluation plan increases the employee's specific understanding of his jobs and the specific tasks that make up those jobs.

Table of Contents
Introduction
Statement of Problem
Hypothesis
Research Questions
Assumptions
Literature Review
Causes of Performance Appraisal
Steps Leading to Performance Appraisal
Performance Appraisal
Research Methodology
Variables
Results
Data Analysis and Interpretation
Discussion
Conclusion
Recommendations
Conclusion and Implications

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APA Format

Effectiveness of Performance Appraisals (2003, July 29) Retrieved November 23, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/research-paper/effectiveness-of-performance-appraisals-29354/

MLA Format

"Effectiveness of Performance Appraisals" 29 July 2003. Web. 23 November. 2020. <https://www.academon.com/research-paper/effectiveness-of-performance-appraisals-29354/>

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