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ERIC Number: ED431964
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1999-Mar
Pages: 33
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Assessing Employee Performance.
This document contains four symposium papers on assessing employee performance. In "Influence of Liking and Similarity on Multi-rater Proficiency Ratings of Managerial Competencies" (Reid A. Bates), the pattern of correlations identified between raters, independent variables, and different competencies suggests that raters may react differently to certain types of similarity and the nature of raters' reactions may vary with the type of skill or performance being rated. "A Cross-Case Study: Revisiting Implementations of the Performance Analysis for Training (PAT) Model" (Catherine M. Sleezer, Dale E. Kunneman) reports on five published case studies that describe systematic needs analysis based on the PAT model and reveal the influence of organization, decision maker, and analyst characteristics on the results yielded by the model. "Large-Scale Training Needs Assessment of State Government Office Support Workers: A Case Study" (Donna H. Redmann) discusses a case study of a statewide assessment of the training needs of office support and clerical workers in Louisiana state government. "Results Assessment System: From Evaluation to Assessment" (Richard A. Swanson, Elwood F. Holton III) describes the Results Assessment System, which is grounded in human resource development theory and practice. It is shown to be credible and practical. (MN)
Publication Type: Reports - Research; Speeches/Meeting Papers
Education Level: N/A
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Language: English
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Identifiers - Location: Louisiana