Out of the tick box

Armstrong, Michael; Baron, Angela
July 1998
People Management;7/23/1998, Vol. 4 Issue 15, p38
Reports that performance management is becoming less bureaucratic and more closely focused on development based on a study by the Institute of Personnel and Development. How employee development is being distanced from pay decisions; Problems in linking performance management with performance-related pay; Views of companies on managing performance.


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