Appraisal Systems

Development of a performance appraisal system is to monitor and ensure the performance of a human service organization as well as the employees that work for these organizations. The system helps provide important information about the productivity of employees and the organization. Provides information to help strengthen the weakness of the organization and positive feedback to employees.

A performance appraisal system is defined as an integral practice of the micro human service organization framework of an organization.   It is a formal and at times informal—and documented process of the performance of workers, professional and other staff members of an organization. All professionally managed businesses and enterprises have performance appraisal systems to measure the intrinsic worth and work performance of employees and encourage, motivate and reward   based on their performance (eHow,Inc, 1999-2010).
A performance appraisal system helps with productivity of employees as well as the organizations goal and objective. While organizations conduct this appraisal system they are able to observe the overall production of all employees as well as the plan that has been developed. Performance appraisal systems are a constructive way of giving feedback for employees to see how they are doing. The appraisal is also a good tool with showing areas that employees should strengthen in order to ensure success in the human service field. Feedback given to an employee from the appraisal offer information outlining important aspects of the job that would affect how an employee is viewed on getting the job done.   When appraisal systems are used within an organization, managers and supervisors are able to view the productivity of employees. This leads to better performance of employees with minimal errors. The employee and the organization are both able to provide superior service to clients. Performance appraisal systems should also contain information regarding past...