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Employee Performance Appraisal & Management - Chapter Summary
Closely examine the basics of performance management, employee termination and more by exploring this chapter's engaging lessons. Our instructors provide in-depth analyses that ensure you fully understand important aspects of employee performance appraisal and management. After completing the lessons, you will be able to do the following:
- Define employee performance
- Outline the five-step process for performance management
- Share methods and examples of employee performance appraisal
- Describe the procedures and principle of employee discipline in the workplace
- List best practices for terminating an employee
Lessons in this chapter are available in two formats: short videos and full transcripts. Watch the videos if you'd prefer a visual presentation of the lessons, or scroll down to review the transcripts if you like to study lessons as texts. Find out how well you understand each lesson you examine by taking its accompanying quiz. Use the practice exam to check your comprehension of the entire chapter.
1. What Is Employee Performance?
The success of any business is closely tied to the job performance of its employees. Learn about the management of employee performance, including training, development and appraisals.
2. Performance Management: Definition & Process
In this lesson, learn the definition and the five steps involved in performance management. As a manager or employee, understanding the process can be important to success in the work place.
3. Employee Performance Appraisal: Methods, Process & Examples
Do you understand the purpose of an employee performance appraisal? Do you know the different methods used to prepare an appraisal and what process is typically used? Read on for answers to all of these questions!
4. Employee Discipline in the Workplace: Procedures & Principle
Employee discipline in the workplace is a touchy subject. In this lesson, you will learn what employee discipline is, and how it affects the modern workplace.
5. Terminating an Employee: Process & Best Practices
Learn about the several steps involved in the process of terminating an employee, as well as the best practices a manager can use to ensure a fair and legal separation of employment.
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