La evaluación de desempeño, la percepción de justicia y las reacciones de los empleados

Fernández Palma, Marcos David
November 2009
Contabilidad y Negocios;nov2009, Vol. 4 Issue 8, p42
Academic Journal
In this paper we consider the perceptions of justice and the employees' reactions in relation to the process of performance evaluation from a theoretical perspective. From the bibliographical review , we can conclude that the employees see justice in the performance evaluation when they observe certain conditions identified in the theory and they make possible a real validation of this procedure with the following adoption of positive behaviours stated in the objectives of the organization. Nevertheless, it is possible to improve the different aspects of the performance process in every company and also improve the justice perception as well as the level of reactions, because each of them is related to a type of justice.


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