Despite the fact that performance management systems are based on a solid job analysis, employing the best design practices, and implementing fully developed procedures, there are still factors that impact the evaluations made (Weatherly, 2004). In practice, factors such as rater bias, inadequate training, and insufficient time are just a few that can impact evaluations (New Media Learning, 2011). It is important to avoid or reduce bias and other influencing factors in order to produce valid, timely, and accurate performance appraisals.
Post by Day 4 explanations of two potential effects of rater motivation and intent on performance measure validity. Then, describe the potential impact of performance data misuse at the employee and organizational levels. Finally, explain how you might address the misuse you identified. Provide concrete examples and citations from the Learning Resources and current literature to support your post.
he took a step back from him but he then took another step towards her. “What’s the matter?” Marino’s featured softened in understanding and he wiped the water from his eyes. “Do you…have feelings for me?” He took another step towards her and he outstretched his hand until it brushed her waist. Even though Grace and Marino weren’t together, it still felt like betrayal to Mareikura since she knew Grace had a little crush on Marino. Mareikura pulled away and shook her head. “Ew, no way!” Marino took a step forward and grabbed her hands. “You do, don’t you?” He questioned, but it was more of a one sided question. He finally realised what had been in front of him for the past year and a bit. “Is that why you sometimes make fun of me?” Mareikura’s lips trembled with frustration and anger, her voice rising again. “I can’t like you alright?! I can’t!” A sudden rumble of thunder came from the grey skies overhead and Marino winced as the rain came down heavier than before. Even so, he still didn’t let go of her hands. “You can like me…you’re allowed to have feelings.” His hands flew to cup her face. He wiped away flecks of mascara and rain that blurred her vision. “I love you, Mareikura. I’m in love with you.” Mareikura smiled at him wearily, watching a passionate spark in his eyes as he confessed his love. It could only lead to one thing. Something that they both had been thinking about for a long time. A kiss. They kissed for two minutes in the rain, and when they finally started walking back to the beach house, lighting began to shoot through the sky. And in it’s own way, lighting was like a firework. And she couldn’t help but watch it in amazement, like a child during its first guy fawkes day. – That same year, Mareikura was going to spend guy fawkes night with her nanny, her koro, >GET ANSWER