Human Resource Management Appraising and Managing Performance Q2: What ethical and HRM issues are raised in this case? Human tendency is to judge others and ourselves. This reality defines what is inevitable in human nature universally. Constructive human appraisal focuses on performance not personality. Appraisal can hinder or help to motivate, inspire and develop ethical workers. In the workplace appraisal is used to endure that human judgments are made legally, fairly and accurately (Clausen, Jones, & Rich 1993, pp. 64-65). Work appraisals are used to justify income, salary, wage and continued employment. Performance appraisals as they currently stand are linked to material outcomes. HRM issues that arise from performance appraisals...The end:
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