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Performance Appraisal
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The performance evaluation is an opportunity for a manager and an employee to meet and discuss the employee's job performance, organizational priorities, and future performance goals. The evaluation should focus on key behaviors that are important to the organization and on the employee's progress in reaching established performance goals. An appraisal may be done on a formal or informal basis, but ideally it will be an ongoing process. Discussion of wage increases, when available, has also traditionally been part of the periodic performance appraisal, but it is best for any discussion of pay to be conducted separately from the performance review.
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