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What methods are used?

Summary Introduction

To determine: The methods used in performance appraisal.

Introduction: Performance Appraisal Process is characterized as the arrangement of steps which are embraced in an organization to assess an employee on an arrangement of predefined execution objectives.

Explanation

The methods used in performance appraisal are as follows:

  • Objective appraisal methods: This method utilizes some quantifiable amount as the reason for evaluating performance. Units of yield, dollar volume of sales, number of deficient items, and number of protection claims handled are largely objective, quantifiable amounts...

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