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Performance Appraisal: Remedial Action. he first purpose of this review is to analyze theoretical aspects of performance appraisal system. The second purpose of this review is to discuss and analyze performance appraisal system (EPAP) of Commonwealth Ban
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Performance Appraisal: Remedial Action
Human Resource Management
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Charles Sturt University
Performance appraisal is designed to look backward in order to look forward. In recent years, widespread attention has been paid to the role of performance appraisal as a critical tool in human resource management. The amount of writing in this area has increased dramatically, it is doubtful that significant progress has been made in developing appraisal system that can be both effective and acceptable to users. Bernadin and Smith (1981), for example, concluded that despite all the controversy surrounding various appraisal measures, empirical research suggests that no particular method is clearly superior to the rest. Henderson (1981, p.8) lamented, " It is unlikely that any managerial problem has so successfully resisted solution than arriving at an acceptable, useful, and valid method for appraising performance."
It is not very difficult to assemble a long list of reasons why performance appraisal does not or will not work in a particular organization.
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