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The Oxford Review Volume 2 Number 11 (November 2017) Attitude towards change: the roles of acceptance of change and control Keywords: Organisational Change, Acceptance of change, Resistance to change, Locus of control This briefing is from a new paper where the researchers looked at the connections between individual and collective attitudes towards change, […]Read more
Keywords: Performance Appraisal, Job Satisfaction, Income Satisfaction, Big Five, Locus of Control Performance appraisals are at the same time both one of the most important tools of human resources management and practices and one of the most maligned. A new study has at the connections between performance appraisals and job and income satisfaction. This was […]Read more
Keywords: performance appraisal, annual appraisal, employee performance, management, employee satisfaction There is a significantly low level of employee satisfaction with organisational performance appraisals in general, which includes a degree of cynicism and mistrust about the usefulness and accuracy of such instruments. Even amongst management populations confidence in performance appraisals is not high. A new review […]Read more
Performance appraisals – some managers are good at performance appraisals and others…well less so. The question is what is that makes the difference? A new study (this research briefing was sent to members in 2017 – apply for membership) has just been published looking at how managers orient themselves towards performance appraisals to see if there […]Read more