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The Social Context of Performance Appraisal: A Review and Framework for the Future
Performance appraisal research over the last 10 years has begun to examine the effects of the social context on the appraisal process. Drawing from previous theoretical work, we developed a model ofExpand
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The Feedback Environment Scale: Construct Definition, Measurement, and Validation
Managers are increasingly being held accountable for providing resources that support employee development, particularly in the form of feedback and coaching. To support managers as trainers andExpand
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The Development and Validation of a New Machiavellianism Scale
A new measure of Machiavellianism, the Machiavellian Personality Scale (MPS), was developed and validated over two studies. Machiavellianism is conceptualized as one's propensity to distrust others,Expand
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The Relationship Between Perceptions of Organizational Politics and Employee Attitudes, Strain, and Behavior: A Meta-Analytic Examination
The current study tested a model that links perceptions of organizational politics to job performance and “turnover intentions” (intentions to quit). Meta-analytic evidence supported significant, b...
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Performance appraisal reactions: measurement, modeling, and method bias.
  • L. Keeping, P. Levy
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The Journal of applied psychology
  • 1 October 2000
In this study, the authors attempted to comprehensively examine the measurement of performance appraisal reactions. They first investigated how well the reaction scales, representative of those usedExpand
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Organizational Web Sites: Web Site Content and Style as Determinants of Organizational Attraction
Organizational web sites have become a primary source of information for job seekers. To date, no research has attempted to determine which aspects of organizational web sites most influenceExpand
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Recruitment on the Net: How Do Organizational Web Site Characteristics Influence
The use of organizational web sites for recruitment has become increasingly common. Despite their widespread growth, however, little is known about how these web sites influence recruitment outcomes.Expand
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The Quest for the Qualified Job Surfer: It's Time the Public Sector Catches the Wave
Organizational use of Internet recruiting has dramatically increased in the last five years. However, there has been little research to guide the development of organizational employment Web pages.Expand
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Placing perceptions of politics in the context of the feedback environment, employee attitudes, and job performance.
The authors proposed a model suggesting that organizational environments supporting high levels of informal supervisor and coworker feedback are associated with lower employee perceptions ofExpand
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Participation in the performance appraisal process and employee reactions: A meta-analytic review of field investigations.
The relationship between participation in the performance appraisal process and various employee reactions was explored through the meta-analysis of 27 studies containing 32 individual samples. TheExpand
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