We’ve all seen lots of Appraisal forms. You may have inherited one that has been used for years, or perhaps you have been tasked with creating a form for your organization. What makes some forms work well? What are the things to consider when creating a form? What elements should be avoided? What are some common practices?
Getting your Appraisal forms right is critical to the success of performance management in your organization. Get it right, and employees and managers will embrace the process. After working with thousands of organizations, we’ve seen some forms that work well. We hope this guide helps you build a form that will work well for your organization.
If not, adjust your forms until you have one that works.
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