Template for actual appraisals
Appraisal models enable you to create standardized appraisals - this
ensures that the results of appraisals can be compared against each other.
You should use appraisal models to define appraisal data that is
generally applicable, and not based on a specific appraisal scenario. Appraisal models can be applied for a range of uses.
An appraisal model is identified by means of the following fields:
ID of appraisal model
The following information is defined in an appraisal model:
Description of the appraisal model
Form and type of appraisal
Criteria (or qualifications/qualification groups) to be rated
Appraisal scales and proficiency texts (descriptions) for all appraisal elements
Calculation method for all appraisal elements
Sorting and numbering of appraisal elements
Follow-up/further processing modules
Notes for all appraisal elements
An appraisal model must exist before you can create an appraisal.
You manage appraisal models in the appraisals catalog.
Annual performance appraisal
Appraisal for hourly paid staff
Appraisal for salaried employees