The concept of performance appraisal systems

Mohamad Sabri Haron, Ali Idiab Mohamed Idiab, Shofian Ahmad

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Today, to passthe performance appraisal processrequires many tools such as: systemsevaluation, coordination between theefforts of both the Human Resources Management teamand the various directors ofan organization who are responsible for theperformance evaluation of employees. Ingeneral, theresponsibilities ofthe Human Resource Management team areto design the formal systemofperformance evaluation, as well as to select the methods andformsthat can be usedto assessindividuals. The HRM team also trains managerson howto evaluateperformance. A filing systemis kept for registrationto ensure thatthe assessments areon the basis ofa specific time. Records ofperformance evaluationof each individual is kept also to ensure that the responsibilities ofmanagersare being met and utilized for improving practices of the organization or business. The purpose of this study is to define the performance assessment systems, its means and methods, and to describe the methods used in various performance evaluations. Moreover, to give an explanation of some common mistakes made when evaluating the performance; furthermore, to suggest ways to overcome these errors. This study will aim to clarify the concept of performance, the determinants of performance, environmental factors that affect or modify the performance, as well as ways of assessing performance by demonstrating examples of specific objectives through management by objectives. A description of the most important methods used in determining labor standards and evaluation plans will be discussed. Also, the disadvantages of scales, such as the rating chart, will be discussed. It will include examples of rating scale that attempt to match behavior and give examples of mandatory choice phrases used in these attempts. It will highlight on some of the possible errors in the evaluation of performance and ways to overcome these mistakes. The conclusion of this study will review several recommendations to keep aspect of research simple.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)397-405
Number of pages9
JournalAustralian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences
Volume6
Issue number7
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2012

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Performance appraisal
Evaluation
Human resource management
Employees
Labor standards
Charts
Performance assessment
Management by objectives
Environmental factors
Responsibility
Disadvantage
Rating
Train
Performance evaluation
Rating scales

Keywords

  • As well as
  • Assessmentpans
  • Concepts of determinants ofperformance andenvironmental factorsthat affectperformance
  • Defects of ratingchart scale
  • Examples ofrating scaletomatch behavioralexpressions offorced choice
  • Somepotential errorsin evaluation ofperformance andways to overcome them
  • Ways to amend performance evaluation are vital. they include examplesofspecific objectives used by management that are proven to be most effective methods usedin determininglabor standards

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The concept of performance appraisal systems. / Haron, Mohamad Sabri; Mohamed Idiab, Ali Idiab; Ahmad, Shofian.

In: Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, Vol. 6, No. 7, 07.2012, p. 397-405.

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