Red Flags In Performance Appraisal

Phillips, Kenneth R.
March 1987
Training & Development Journal;Mar1987, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p80
Presents guidelines for monitoring the performance appraisal system. Employee performance standards; Written appraisal of managers; End-of-year rating of employees.


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