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Performance appraisal is crucial to effective human resource management, but there is evidence that current processes are not very effective This study reports on experience with a relatively new appraisal system in the operations office of a large federal agency The method, multi-source...
Pay for performance has been a widely used method of compensation in the public sector since the early 1980s, but a growing body of research has indicated that numerous problems can be associated with the application of performance-based compensation systems In late 1993, the federal government,...
Admmistrators of workplace substance use policies often coordinate many components such as drug-testing, discipline, EAP, and employee awareness Analyses from two municipalities (ns = 1,068, 1,081) indicated that employees who most disfavor all policy components— particularly...
This article explores a critical policy conundrum Most organizations have sexual harassment policies, most employees are aware of such policies; there appears to be widespread agreement regarding the behaviors which constitute sexual harassment, and, substantial numbers of employees experience...
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