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What is the difference between performance management and performance appraisals?
A) Performance management is an ongoing process while a typical performance appraisal happens once per year.
B) Performance management provides one-time feedback, whereas performance appraisals give employees constant feedback.
C) Performance management requires employees to be extrinsically motivated, whereas performance appraisals require employees to be intrinsically motivated.
D) Performance management often results in employee criticisms, but performance appraisals are more defensible.
E) Performance appraisal is more of a cyclical and fluid process than the single occurrence of performance management.
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A) A criticism of performance appraisals is that they often suggest ways to improve weak performance or to enhance solid performance, but the process does not offer the opportunity to follow up. Often, these issues are not readdressed until the next appraisal, which may be a year away. Performance management, on the other hand, is an ongoing process.
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Makes perfect sense, thank you like always!
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