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February 2011
People Management;2/24/2011, p15
The author looks at the decline of performance appraisals as means of evaluating workers in terms of performance. He tells that managers who conduct appraisals had faced difficulties including their discomfort at judging workers and relying on opinions instead of performance measures. The author suggests that efficient performance management systems must add daily reaction and reliable performance training annually as alternatives to performance appraisals.


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