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Performance Appraisal in the Public Sector: Techniques and Applications
Preface An Overview Fundamentals of Appraisal The Organization and Performance Appraisal Techniques and Performance Appraisal Performance Appraisal Types Performance Appraisal Feedback DiagnosticsExpand
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Paths of Glory and the Glass Ceiling: Differing Patterns of Career Advancement among Women and Minority Federal Employees
ABSTRACT Women and ethnic minority employment is concentrated in lower level positions; individual career advancement efforts apparently confront a glass ceiling that hinders promotion into middleExpand
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Humanistic Management and Organizational Success: The Effect of Job and Work Environment Characteristics on Organizational Effectiveness, Public Responsiveness, and Job Satisfaction
This paper is based on a 1983 attitudinal survey of Iowa public employees examining the effect of job (job challenge, role clarity, and performance appraisal fairness) and work environment (personalExpand
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Supervisory Perceptions of the Impact of Public Sector Personnel Practices on the Achievement of Multiple Goals
Strategic human resource management enhances productivity and the effectiveness of organizations. Research shows that when organizations employ such personnel practices as internal career ladders,Expand
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Strategic Human Resource Management: People and Performance Management in the Public Sector
1. Organization of the Personnel Function. 2. Planning. 3. Motivation and Productivity. 4. Position Management. 5. Staffing. 6. Compensation. 7. Performance Appraisal. 8. Training and Development. 9.Expand
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Performance Appraisal as an Aid in Personnel Decisions: Linkages between Techniques and Purposes in North Carolina Municipalities
This study surveys general factors essential to effective performance appraisal (related to the employment of performance standards and employee participation in their construction), examinesExpand
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Management Practices and the Uninvolved Manager: The Effect of Supervisory Attitudes on Perceptions of Organizational Trust and Change Orientation
This paper examines supervisor attitudes towards management practices (work group relationships, relationships with their own supervisors, performance appraisal systems, and organizationalExpand
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Fostering Organizational Trust in North Carolina
Theoretically, organizational trust establishes the framework for productivity. Trust creates an environment that encourages cooperation and allows employees to concentrate their attention on theExpand
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The Burden of Dealing with Poor Performers
Using Albert Hirschman's (1970) theory of exit, voice, loyalty, and neglect as measures of organizational effectiveness, this study examines the response of supervisors to dealing with poorExpand
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Strategic Human Resource Management: Perceptions among North Carolina County Social Service Professionals
Strategic human resource management (SHRM) enhances productivity and the effectiveness of organizations. Research shows that when organizations employ such personnel practices as internal careerExpand
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