- Conventional appraisal tend to focus on the very high performers and those whose performance is below average. But what happens to the people in between? Self-appraisal provide a forum for the entire range of performers.
- Self-appraisal take advantage of an employee’s familiarity with his or her work. They also allow the person to participate in the process, resulting in more employee accountability.
- Unlike traditional performance appraisal (which can minimise an employee’s sense of control), self-appraisal give people the opportunity to correct problems in a non-judgemental manner. Plus, instead of simply telling employees what they’re doing right or wrong, a self-appraisal offers an introspective point of view.
- Self-appraisal give people the opportunity to show their employers that they take their jobs and their careers seriously. They also help minimise some of the inevitable stress that accompanies the evaluation process.
- In general, though, employee self-appraisal are not conducted in order to ensure a raise, promotion, or a coveted bonus. Rather, they are used to help initiate a dialogue, encourage personal growth, and facilitate employee development.
Employee Self-Appraisal form is provided for reference.
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