Research : Abstracts Or Pay To Read
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Top : Research : Abstracts Or Pay To Read - Unfortunately, much of the quality research on performance appraisals and performance management is either not available online, or is only available with the appropriate subscription. We recognize some people need references and research and have the funds and are willing to register, so we include this section containing links to research and abstracts requiring a fee.Performance Management Articles, Guides and Help:
By LAWRENCE S. KLEIMAN - Twenty-three Title VII court cases were reviewed in order to determine the standards set by the courts in their assessment of performance appraisal systems when used as the basis for promotion decisions. The topics covered were adverse impact determination, the courts' adjudication strategy, and the evidence needed to justify the performance appraisal procedures. Among the major findings was the courts': (1) failure to adhere to the applicant flow technique of adverse impact determination, (2) interest in assessing performance appraisal systems regardless of their adverse impact, (3) ignorance regarding acceptable validation procedures, and (4) focus on objectivity in lieu of validity. The discussion offered suggestions to employers for developing a professionally sound and legally defensible appraisal system. Viewed 412 Times )
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