One of the essential tasks for line managers is to manage the performance of their staff. This is often done in part through a staff appraisal or staff performance review system. One of the important features of most modern appraisal systems is that they depend on an equal input from the manager and the member of staff. They are no longer secret assessments which the manager writes up with nothing contributed by the appraisee. They are also intended to be living documents which should be referred to throughout the appraisal period as you check up on the achievement of objectives or evaluate training or development activities.
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