Title

Predictors of Employee Satisfaction with the Performance Appraisal Process

Document Type

Article

Language

eng

Format of Original

5 p.

Publication Date

6-1988

Publisher

Springer

Source Publication

Journal of Business and Psychology

Source ISSN

0889-3268

Abstract

Several studies have documented the importance of the performance appraisal interview in the appraisal process. However, interactions between the rater and ratee prior to the end of the performance evaluation period have been given little attention. The present study investigated the impact of several aspects of the appraisal process on three outcome measures: satisfaction with the appraisal process, fairness of ratings and motivation to improve performance. The findings suggest the importance of viewing the performance appraisal process from a systematic perspective, rather than as a single event.

Comments

Journal of Business and Psychology, Vol. 2, No. 4 (June 1988): 306-310. DOI.