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Discussion about the influence of supervisor rater error while conducting performance reviews

Discussion about the influence of supervisor rater error while conducting performance reviews

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This is an important discussion about the influence of supervisor rater error while conducting performance reviews. Watch the video entitled Performance Appraisal Rater Errors (Links to an external site.) in preparation for addressing the following questions.

A common problem with performance appraisal programs is supervisor rater error when making judgments about subordinate performance. What is the potential impact of rater error on worker performance and organizational performance? How can a firm attempt to identify and reduce appraisal rater error? Suggest at least two remedies.

Respond substantively to two other learners in the forum. Support your claims with examples from required materials and/or other scholarly resources, and properly cite any references. Your initial post should be a minimum of 200 words.

Discussion about the influence of supervisor rater error while conducting performance reviews

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