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Fifty Years and Going Strong: What Makes Behaviorally Anchored Rating Scales So Perennial as an Appraisal Method?

@inproceedings{Debnath2015FiftyYA,
  title={Fifty Years and Going Strong: What Makes Behaviorally Anchored Rating Scales So Perennial as an Appraisal Method?},
  author={S. Debnath and B. Lee and S. Tandon},
  year={2015}
}
Behaviorally anchored rating scales (BARS), compared to other appraisal methods, have the most potential to be an integral part of human resource management functions and contribute significantly to organizational success. It is not an accident that the BARS method has proved to be perennial and resilient in terms of survival over the last fifty years, and continues to sustain the interest of researchers and practitioners alike. Based on a synthesis of the existing literature, this paper… Expand
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