MH 30 Chap 13

  1. A high demonstration of performance that supports an allocation of rewards
    Encouraging Optimum Employee Performance
  2. 6 Policies in Supervision and Performance
    • 1. Accountability
    • 2. Consultation
    • 3. Protection from discrimination
    • 4. Establish the Appraisal Format, Timing and Process
    • 5. Providing an Avenue for Appeals
    • 6. Establish a Relationship between performance and Rewards
  3. A process for dealing with the non-productive employee
    The Corrective Action Process
  4. The Sharing of responsibility in which a performance contract has been established
    The "We've Got a Problem" Interview
  5. Employee failure to follow the terms of the performance contract
    The "You've Got a Problem" Interview
  6. Employee that fails the second time in fulfilling a performance contract
    The Probation Interview
  7. This interview usually occurs if the probation terms have not been fulfilled
    The Termination Interview
  8. Name 7 Appraisal Techniques
    • 1. Essay
    • 2. The Trait/Behavior Checklist
    • 3. The Job Duties Checklist
    • 4. The Behaviorally Anchored Rating Scale
    • 5. The Forced-Distributioon Ranking
    • 6. Mangement By Objectives
    • 7. Mixing the Methods
  9. A systematic approach that establishes objectives at the beginning of the year, translates ratings into comparable scores, applies a forced-distribution ranking and ties merit increases to exisiting salaries
    Tying Performance Appraisal to Rewards
  10. Nam 3 Types of Terminations
    • 1. Voluntary Termination
    • 2. Involuntary Termination
    • 3. Termination for Administrative of Fiscal Necessity
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MH 30 Chap 13
Managing Human Resources