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The Role of Performance Appraisals in Compensation Decision
Outline of the Paper
I. Title Page
II. Table of Contents
IV. Purpose of the Paper
V. Performance Appraisal
A. Definition of Performance Appraisal
B. Uses of Performance Appraisal
C. Importance of Performance Appraisal
D. Advantages of using Performance Appraisal
E. Ways of Conducting Performance Appraisal
VI. Role of Performance Appraisal in Compensation Decision
A. Compensation as a Part of Needs of Employees
B. Compensation as a Part of Motivation of Employees
C. Compensation being Dependent upon Performance Appraisal
D. Strategies on Using Performance Appraisal on Compensation Decision
E. Importance of Using Performance Appraisal in Making Compensation Decision
VII. Issues in Using Performance Appraisal in Compensation Decision
A. Problems in Using Performance Appraisal
1. Issues Concerning Employees
2. Issues Concerning the Organization
B. Misuses of Using Performance Appraisal
1. Misuses of Employees
2. Misuses of Managers
Purpose of the Paper
In order to serve as a guide for the construction of this research paper, this list enumerates the different aims or purposes of the paper. Such objectives or purposes would guide the researcher in providing the necessary information in order to supply substantial data on the stating the role of performance appraisal in making decisions regarding compensation.
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