A lousy performance appraisal system or process is better than not giving employees any type of performance appraisal.

A lousy performance appraisal system or process is better than not giving employees any type of performance appraisal.


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A lousy performance appraisal system or process is better than not giving employees any type of performance appraisal. Support your position with evidence or examples.

Employees have no goals to reach for or an incentive to perform well if an employer does not set standards. When an employee receives a lousy performance appraisal it can cause employee stress and dissatisfaction with their job and manager. It is important that managers communicate with employees about goals and make them aware of their performance regularly. Employer should avoid addressing or reprimanding performance concerns publically. Performance appraisals should be conducted privately. Employees should be acknowledged for performing well and meeting office goals as well as being reprimanded for poor performance....

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