Основные термины. детерминанты выполнения работы (determinants of work performance)
детерминанты выполнения работы (determinants of work performance)
индивидуальная оценка выполнения работы (individual performance appraisal)
интервью в ходе оценки работы (performance appraisal interview)
обучение аттестующих (rater training)
оценка выполнения работы (performance appraisal)
оценка выполнения работы, основанная на поведении (behavior-based performance appraisal)
оценка, даваемая сослуживцами (peer appraisal)
подход к выполнению работы (performance management)
предрасположенность аттестующего (rater bias)
сравнительная оценка выполнения работы (comparative performance appraisal)
электронный мониторинг работы (electronic performance monitoring)
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