Performance Appraisal: Alternative Perspectives
South-Western Publishing Company, 1994 - Business & Economics - 222 pages
Part of the South-Western Human Resources Management Series, this text is research-oriented, but provides a broad view of major appraisal issues. It is written for the upper level MBA or doctoral courses in performance appraisal where there is an emphasis on multiple perspectives. The entire text is written on the notion of alternative perspectives.
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