The Performance Evaluationby Milan Moravec,
Serial Information: Civil Engineering—ASCE, 1983, Vol. 53, Issue 11, Pg. 55-57
Document Type: Feature article
Effective performance evaluations set goals for professional advancement and also bridge individual and corporate values. The four specific stages of a performance evaluation consist of: (1) Substantiating the evaluation with samples of the employee's work; (2) developing an understanding of what is expected of the employee; (3) acknowledgement of important issues; and (4) planning by both the manager and employee to define the steps that will be taken to improve performance. The two key concepts in performance evaluation are communication and productivity.
Subject Headings: Professional development | Employees | Managers | Productivity | Bridge tests
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