Case Study (105 points)
Comparative systems and absolute systems are two types of systems that can be used to evaluate employee performance and competencies. As discussed in Chapter 5, there are advantages and disadvantages associated with these systems.
As the newly hired HR Director for a large manufacturing organization, which makes parts for cell phones, you have been informed that the current performance evaluation system that is utilized is almost nonexistent. In fact, it has been almost three years since employees have been assessed. You have been asked by upper level management to do the following:
Your well-written paper should meet the following requirements:
Chapter 5 in Performance Management
Abd-Elwahed, M. S., & El-Baz, M. A. (2018). Impact of implementation of total quality management: An assessment of the Saudi industry. South African Journal of Industrial Engineering, 29(1), 97â€“107.
Bagherian, A., ∓ Gershon, M. E. (2020). Relationship between employee education and success of Six Sigma implementation within the automobile industry in Europe. SDMIMD Journal of Management, 11(1), 45-53.
Cai, S., ∓ Jun, M. (2018). A qualitative study of the internalization of ISO 9000 standards: The linkages among firms’ motivations, internalization processes, and performance. International Journal of Production Economics, 196, 248-260.
Chapter 5 PowerPoint slides â€“ Performance Management