Campbell (1990) , defines performance as ‘behavior’.
A worker or employee seeking to meet the expectations of her client must perform.
A job or position usually falls in one of the organization’s hierarchical levels of responsibility. Each level of responsibility has a different set of requirements and elicits different expectations from the client.
A job or position can also be described by level of expertise.
Performance appraisal is a systematic evaluation of an individual employee’s job performance and productivity in relation to pre-set expectations or organizational objectives
Campbell (1990) defines performance as behavior. It can therefore be changed through deliberate interventions.
Performance management involves three fundamental stages
All employees who score below rating scale 3 (meets expectations)