Title

A dynamic multilevel model of performance rating

Document Type

Article

Date of Original Version

1-1-2014

Abstract

The current chapter focuses on environmental and organizational factors that affect the performance appraisal context, performance evaluations, and rating accuracy. Drawing on the extant literature and focusing on current organizational practices, we propose a dynamic multi-level model of performance rating that takes these distal factors into consideration. In doing so, we also provide propositions explicating causal linkages between these distal factors, more proximal performance appraisal factors, and ultimately the accuracy of performance ratings. Furthermore, we identify current and emerging directions in performance appraisal research and practice. The implications of the current and emerging trends are then discussed in the context of our proposed model. Copyright © 2014 by Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Publication Title

Research in Personnel and Human Resources Management

Volume

32

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