Describes a company struggles with the implementation of a subjective performance appraisal for its employees. In particular, he describes the difficulties that the CEO “ratings inflation” faced in getting managers to fight -. “Not too high” that is, on a numerical rating that is both differentiated and produce

Describes a company struggles with the implementation of a subjective performance appraisal for its employees. In particular, he describes the difficulties that the CEO “ratings inflation” faced in getting managers to fight -. “Not too high” that is, on a numerical rating that is both differentiated and produce
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Brian J. Hall,
Carleen Madigan
Source: Harvard Business School
26 pages.
Publication Date: Jun 23, 2000. Prod #: 800290-PDF-ENG
Compensation and Performance Evaluation at Arrow Electronics HBR case solution

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