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performance evaluation

[pər′fȯr·məns i‚val·yə′wā·shən]
(industrial engineering)
The analysis in terms of initial objectives and estimates, and usually made on site, of accomplishments using an automatic data-processing system, to provide information on operating experience and to identify corrective actions required, if any.
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Expression of Interest for Short Term Consultant (STC 1) for Performance Evaluation, GEF IEO.
The real solution is taking the time and having the ability to perform a "whole house performance evaluation.
School Committee of Wakefield, in which the state Supreme Judicial Court determined that performance evaluations are part of an employee's personnel record and therefore, exempt from disclosure.
This approach to conducting performance evaluations sounds easy and reasonable enough, so why do we dread them?
ACM Int'l Workshop on Performance Evaluation of Wireless Ad Hoc, Sensor, and Ubiquitous.
An institution's most recent CRA performance evaluation is a particularly important consideration in the applications process because it represents a detailed, on-site evaluation of the institution's overall record of performance under the CRA by its appropriate federal supervisor.
The project questionnaire drew information from French and American employees concerning characteristics of performance evaluations and perceptions of fairness for those evaluations.
Our employees come to work to create excellence everyday, so we want to uplift them during performance evaluations," she adds.
For all "contracts [over] $1,000,000 (regardless of the date of contract award) and each contract in excess of $100,000 beginning not later than 1 January 1998," agencies must prepare contractor performance evaluations on completion of the contracted work.
The 10-min video outlines a brief company history and goes on to detail every step of the abrasives manufacturing process, from the tests performed on all raw materials to the speed and performance evaluations completed on all finished products.
If you can stop approaching performance evaluations as passing negative judgments on people but as having a conversation to hear their concerns, learn what their goals are, and offer ways to help them achieve their potential, they can be useful, enjoyable experiences for both people.
Finally, performance evaluations are an ideal way to communicate and reinforce organizational values.

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