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Traditional methods of Performance Appraisal – Rating Scales Method – Confidential report system

Performance Appraisal

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1.Rating Scales Method

Rating Scales Method is commonly used method for assessing the performance of the employees and well-known traditional method of performance appraisal of employees. Many corporations and companies example in the country India, telecommunications company likely airtel and US IT companies like Dell Corporation are using this method for evaluating the employees and subsequently take decisions on concerned employee. 
Depending upon the job of employee under this method of appraisal traits like attitude, performance, regularity, accountability and sincerity etc,are rated with scale from 1 to 10. 1 indicates negative feedback and 10 indicates positive feedback as shown below.
Attitude of employee towards his superiors, colleagues and customers
 1 2 410 

Extremely                                                                                                                 Excellent

Regularity in the job
 1 2 410 

Extremely                                                                                                               outstanding

Under this method of performance appraisal, employee may be assessed by his superiors, colleagues, subordinates or sometimes by his customers which all depends on nature of the company or job which is added where the employee. Appraiser is a person who appraises employee will give rating for every trait given by marking or choosing number basing on his observation and satisfaction. ultimately all numbers chosen or marked will be added to determine highest score gained by employee. Employee who scored more points will be treated as top performer following  descending scored employees will be treated as low performer and the least scored employee will be treated as non-performers.


This traditional form of appraisal, also known as “Free Form method” involves a description of the performance of an employee by his superior. The description is an evaluation of the performance of any individual based on the facts and often includes examples and evidences to support the information. A major drawback of the method is the inseparability of the bias of the evaluator.

Under this method, the rater is asked to express the strong as well as weak points of the employee’s behavior. This technique is normally used with a combination of the graphic rating scale because the rater can elaborately present the scale by substantiating an explanation for his rating. While preparing the essay on the employee, the rater considers the following factors:

  • Job knowledge and potential of the employee;
  • Employee’s understanding of the company’s programmes, policies, objectives, etc.;
  • The employee’s relations with co-workers and superiors;

    How is technology helping transform performance appraisal and management?

    The most common cliché is “performance appraisal is dead“. What it means is the annual performance appraisal is dead and most organisations today are adopting regular, realtime, anecdotal and casual feedback. Just as young people do not write e-mails anymore they WhatsApp similarly we don’t have to write a long performance appraisal at the end of the year. Companies are moving to real-time performance appraisal and that is why in our system everything is shareable and realtime. And technology plays the most crucial role in providing the platform to have fast and quick and informal communication.

  • The employee’s general planning, organizing and controlling ability;
  • The attitudes and perceptions of the employee, in general.
Essay evaluation is a non-quantitative technique. This method is advantageous in at least one sense, i.e., the essay provides a good deal of information about the employee and also reveals more about the evaluator. The essay evaluation method however, suffers from the following limitations:
  • It is highly subjective; the supervisor may write a biased essay. The employees who are sycophants will be evaluated more favorably then other employees.
  • Some evaluators may be poor in writing essays on employee performance. Others may be superficial in explanation and use flowery language which may not reflect the actual performance of the employee. It is very difficult to find effective writers nowadays.
  • The appraiser is required to find time to prepare the essay. A busy appraiser may write the essay hurriedly without properly assessing the actual performance of the worker. On the other hand, appraiser takes a long time, this becomes uneconomical from the view point of the firm, because the time of the evaluator (supervisor) is costly.

How do we use the ranking method? Under the ranking method, the manager com-pares an employee to other similar employees, rather than to a standard measurement. An offshoot of ranking is the forced distribution method, which is similar to grading on a curve. Predetermined percentages of employees are placed in various performance categories, for example, excellent,above average, average, below average, and poor,. The employees ranked in the top group usually get the rewards (raise, bonus, promotion), those not at the top tend to have the reward withheld, and those at the bottom sometimes get punished. In Self-Assessment and Skill Builder 8-1, you are asked to rank the performance of your peers. 

Why and when do we use the ranking method? Managers have to make evaluative decisions, such as who is the employee of the month, who gets a raise or promotion, and who  gets laid off. So when we have to make evaluative decisions, we generally have to use ranking. However, our ranking can, and when possible should, be based on other methods and forms. Ranking can also be used for developmental purposes by letting employees know where they stand in comparison to their peers—they can be motivated to improve performance. For example, when one of the authors passes back exams, he places the grade distribution on the board. It does not in any way affect the current grades—but it lets students know where they stand, and he does it to motivate improvement. 


A better technique of comparison than the straight ranking method, this
method compares each employee with all others in the group, one at a
time. After all the comparisons on the basis of the overall comparisons,
the employees are given the final rankings.


This technique of performance appraisal was developed by Flanagan and Burns.
The manager prepares lists of
statements of very effective and ineffective behavior of an employee.
These critical incidents or events represent the outstanding or poor
behavior of employees on the job. Th
e manager maintains logs on each employee, whereby he periodically records critical incidents of the workers behavior. At the end of the rating period,
these recorded critical incidents are used in the evaluation of the
workers’ performance. An example of a good critical incident of a sales
assistant is the following:


July 20 – The sales clerk patiently
attended to the customers complaint. He is polite, prompt, enthusiastic
in solving the customers’ problem.


On the other hand the bad critical
incident may appear as under:

July 20 – The sales assistant stayed 45
minutes over on his break during the busiest part of the day. He failed
to answer the store manager’s call thrice. He is lazy, negligent,
stubborn and uninterested in work.


This method provides an objective basis for
conducting a thorough discussion of an employee’s performance. This
method avoids recency bias (most recent incidents get too much
emphasis). This method suffers however from the following limitations:

  • Negative incidents may be more noticeable
    than positive incidents.
  • The supervisors have a tendency to unload a
    series of complaints about incidents during an annual performance review
  • It results in very close supervision which
    may not be liked by the employee.
  • The recording of incidents may be a chore for
    the manager concerned, who may be too busy or forget to do it.


Confidential report system is well known method of performance appraisal system mostly being used by the the Government organisations and in the Indian Judiciary. In this method of appraising system,  subordinate is observed by his superiors  regarding his performance in the job and on his duties done. Thereafter Superior writes confidential report on his performance, mainly on his behaviour in the organisation and conduct and remarks if any. confidential reports will be kept confidential and will not be revealed to anyone and finally confidential reports will be forwarded to the top management officials for taking decision against person on whom confidential report has made. Confidential reports are the main criteria for promoting or transferring of any employee mainly in the government sector. All governmental organisations example judiciary, police Department and other government departments in the India are using confidential reports method as a tool to know about the employee and to take any decision connecting to him.

Procedure of confidential report system
The superiors who appraises their subordinates performance, behaviour and other key issues will be kept in the form of writing on paper, which is called as confidential report.  Confidential report should not be sent openly on a paper, it must be kept in a sealed cover to send it to decision-making authorities. Only authorised persons are allowed to open the sealed covers which consists of confidential reports. Confidential reports shall not be handed over in loose sheets to the subordinates.

Key factors assessed in Confidential Report writing
  • Character and conduct of an employee
  • Absenteeism of an employee
  • Knowledge of an employee
  • His nature and quality of work
  • Punctuality of employee
  • Unauthorised absenteeism or leave without permission
  • Behaviour of an employee with colleagues, superiors and with public
  • Ability of supervision and controlling 
  • His/her integrity and honesty
  • If any complaints against employee
Concern High Court is empowered for evaluating performance of a judicial officer [Article 235 of the Indian Constitution]

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Concern High Court is empowered for evaluating performance of a judicial officer [Article 235 of the Indian Constitution]
The petitioner, who was awarded ‘C’ grading with the remark “doubtful integrity”, had challenged his ACR (Annual confidential reports) for the year 1995 on the ground that it was “entirely unfounded” as it was based entirely on hearsay and not any objective material.

It held that by virtue of Article 235 of the Constitution of India, the task of considering and evaluating performance of a judicial officer with respect to judicial or quasi-judicial duties and responsibilities, is that of the High Court.

The performance evaluation of character and integrity of the judicial officer can only be done by his parent organization i.e. the High Court and this “primary task” cannot be said to be supplanted, the Court held.

“The assessment and evaluation of the performance of such officials is merely an input for the overall determination.”, High Court clarified.

The Court, hence, concluded that there was no infirmity or illegality in the procedure adopted by the Full Court while recording ‘C’ grading with “doubtful integrity” in respect of the petitioner for the year 1995.

The Delhi High Court has dismissed a petition filed by a retired judicial officer challenging the ‘C’ grade given to him in his Annual Confidential Report (ACR).

rater is given a checklist of the descriptions of the behaviour of the
employees on job. The checklist contains a list of statements on the
basis of which the rater describes the on the job performance of the

  Another simple type of
individual evaluation method is the checklist. A checklist represents,
in its simplest form, a set of objectives or descriptive statements
about the employee and his behavior. If the rater believes strongly that
the employee possesses a particular listed trait, he checks the item;
otherwise, he leaves the item blank. A more recent variation of the
checklist method is the weighted list. Under this, the value of each
question may be weighted equally or certain questions may be weighted
more heavily than others. The following are some of the sample questions
in the checklist.

      Is the employee really
interested in the task assigned?    Yes/No

      Is he respected by his
colleagues (co-workers)              Yes/No

      Does he give respect to
his superiors?                          Yes/No     

he follow instructions properly?                            Yes/No

      Does he make mistakes
frequently?                              Yes/No


Example of Graphic Rating Scales Method

Performance Trait
 Excellent Good Average
 Fair Poor
Attitude 5 4 3 21
Knowledge of Work 5 4 3 2 1
Managerial Skills 5 4 3 2 1
Team Work 5 4 3 2 1
Honesty 5 4 3 2 1
Regularity 5 4 3 2 1
Accountability 5 4 3 2 1
Interpersonal relationships 5 4 3 2 1
Creativity 5 4 3 2 1
Discipline 5 4  32  1

This is the very popular, traditional method of performance appraisal. Under this method, core traits of employee pertaining to his job are  carefully defined like Attitude, Knowledge of Work, Managerial Skills, Team Work, Honesty, Regularity, Accountability, Interpersonal relationships, Creativity and Discipline etc. Theses traits are allotted with with numerical scale to tabulate the scores gained by appraisee (employee) in  performance assessment  relating to his job by appraiser (employer) and sum-up to determine the best performer.  Appraiser ticks  rating of particular trait depending upon his endeavor in his job. Score vary form employee to employee depending up on his performance levels and endeavor in his job.

This method is popular because it is simple and does not require any writing ability. The method is easy to understand and use. Comparison among pairs is possible. This is necessary for decision on salary increases, promotion, etc.

Companies like DELL, Maruthi Suzuki India Ltd and airtel are using this graphic rating scale method to appraise performance of their employees in there jobs and to take decisions regarding the matters concerned to employees


The system is 17 to 18 years old, and most big organisations started waking up to this form of performance appraisal in the late ’90s. The bell curve is nothing but a graphical representation of the fact that everybody’s performance is not the same. Some employees will be outstanding, some average, and others at the bottom.
Irrespective of whether or not the bell curve is the most appropriate representation of performance or human behaviour, some believe that it is the most viable option, especially in services-driven sectors, which have large workforces.

The system requires the managers to evaluate each individual, and rank them typically into one of three categories (excellent, good, poor). The system is thought to be relatively widely-used, but remains somewhat controversial due to the competition it creates, and also the reality that not all employees will fit neatly into one of the categories and might end up in a category that does not reflect their true performance. One of the first companies to use this system was General Electric, in the 1980s.


In India, big Indian employers
including Infosys, Wipro, ICICI Bank and Aditya Birla Group evaluate
lakhs of employees on the basis of this system.

home, big Indian employers including InfosysBSE -0.47 %, WiproBSE
0.63 %, ICICI BankBSE 0.33 % and Aditya Birla Group evaluate lakhs of
employees on the basis of this system.

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Forced ranking is a method of performance appraisal to rank employee but in order of forced distribution.

For example, the distribution requested with 10 or 20 percent in the top category, 70 or 80 percent in the middle, and 10 percent in the bottom.

The top-ranked employees are considered “high-potential” employees and are often targeted for a more rapid career and leadership development programs.

In contrast, those ranked at the bottom are denied bonuses and pay increases. They may be given a probationary period to improve their performance.

Facts: many companies have been discarding this age-old appraisal system since it has got few drawbacks like lack of transparency understanding the process of assessment of employee, some people believe that this method treats employees as machines and some feel that this system doesn’t fit to present trend of management. Companies which have dropped this method of addressing system are Microsoft, Google and Adobe.

Application of Forced Ranking

General Electric Company, Ford Motor, Wipro, HCL, Sun Microsystems, Cisco Systems, EDS, Enron and a host of other U.S. corporations have adopted similar policies of this method.

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Strategic Management is the art and science of formulation, implement and evaluation

cross-functional decisions that enable an organization to achieve its objective. Strategic

Management has changed to meet the challenges of each decade of business development and

has been significantly impacted by globalization. Organizations using strategic management

are more successful than organizations that do not employ this central process.

Strategic Management is often referred to…

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An Evaluation of Pedometers

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take the form of various devices, some of which exclusively monitor the distance and/or the amount of steps an individual takes throughout their day, while other devices, such as smartphones, can be programmed to function as pedometers. Through an evaluation of various pedometer devices, the consumer can determine which device is best suited for his or her needs.
According to a recent Huffington Post article, pedometers are an effective motivational tool that encourages individuals to become more active…

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Economic Evaluation Essay

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Sen’s ideas, it was showed that interpersonal comparisons were the key to break Arrow’s impossibility theorem, and even ordinal comparisons would suffice. One way is to define a social welfare function that include other arguments additional to individual utility, where the arguments are separable, and health was considered as one of them. If QALYs are a measure of health unrelated to individual preferences, it is possible to make interpersonal comparisons and thus make claims about desirability of…

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Critical Evaluation

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Writing the Critical Evaluation

• Follow the APA Guidelines – APA Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th Edition) – especially for referencing
• Write clearly and concisely for an academic audience.
• Avoid the use of direct quotes…

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The Importance of Program Evaluation and Three Evaluation Models

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and revise and evaluate the curricula content, making it more relevant and applicable for today’s global market. This paper will discuss the importance of program evaluation and three evaluation models, Tyler’s Goal Attainment Model, Stufflebeam’s CIPP Model and Scriven’s Goal Free Model.


Curriculum evaluation is an important aspect of any national education system. It provides the basis for curriculum policy decisions, feedback on continuous curriculum adjustments and…

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Argument Essay

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Collin Brozek
Scott Harber
Comp. I
April 14th, 2013
Argument Essay
There are a plethora of reasons why pop and soft-drinks are bad for personal health as well as the environment. Never the less there have been an increase of obesity cases and children with diabetes caused solely by the consumption of sugar filled beverages. The consumption of soft-drinks and other carbonated beverages have multiple negative effects, and I want to briefly cover ten or so reason as to why soda is hazardous to…

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Evaluation of Baumol's Model

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exceed that of total revenue.

Supporters of the profit maximizing model may put forward a methodological argument in its defense. The descriptive realism of an assumption is not necessarily a valid criterion on which to judge a model. If the purpose of the model is to predict rather than to describe, then the criteria for evaluation are quite clear. First, the model must yield predictions, which is true for a profit maximizing model…

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Teaching Argument Evaluation in An Introductory Philosophy Course

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Teaching Argument Evaluation in An Introductory Philosophy Course

ABSTRACT: One of the greatest challenges in teaching an introductory philosophy course is convincing students that there are, indeed, reliable standards for the evaluation of arguments. Too often introductory students criticize an argument simply by contesting the truth of one of its claims. And far too often, the only claim in an argument that meets serious objections is its conclusion. For many students, the idea that an argument…

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critical evaluation Essay

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Critical Evaluation Essay: A Petition to the President of the United States
The atomic bombs that were dropped on Japan in 1945 were not seen as a logical reaction to the war by everyone. Leo Szilard was a Hungarian physicist that was the first to conceive of the mechanics of the atomic bomb, and how it worked. He was fighting the use of these bombs on Japan, and trying to urge the President to reconsider the idea. Although he lost the argument over whether to use the bombs, his argument was valid…

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IFRS arguments

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thought which
also have strong arguments against the adoption of IFRS. These arguments include that IFRS
will not bring true comparability, that the IFRS will not be suitable for other countries, that
incentives are the key determinants of reporting quality and comparability rather than IFRS
themselves, and that there are substantial transitional costs to be borne. Below is a discussion
which delineates the arguments for and against adopting IFRS.

IFRS improves financial…

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The Moral Argument

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How do we explain the fact that people often refrain from immoral acts even when there is no risk of their being caught?

There are many formulations of the moral argument but they all have as their starting point the phenomenon (fact) of moral conscience. In essence the moral argument poses the question: where does our conscience, our sense of morality come from if not from God? It also asserts that if we accept the existence of objective moral laws we must accept the existence…

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Argument of Dualism

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Arguments of Dualism

Dualism is the theory that mind and matter are two distinct things. The main argument for dualism is that facts about the objective external world of particles and fields of force, as revealed by modern physical science, are not facts about how things appear from any particular point of view, whereas facts about subjective experience are precisely about how things are from the point of view of individual conscious subjects. They have to be described in the first person as…

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Evaluation Argument 'Hills Like White Elephants'

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Ernest Hemingway: Hills Like White Elephants
A white elephant is an idiom for a valuable but burdensome possession, but also it means a rare and sacred creature. In Ernest Hemingway’s short story Hills Like White Elephants, Hemingway uses an unborn child as a white elephant. This short story depicts a couple of an American man and young women at a train station somewhere in Spain. Hemingway tells the story from watching the couple from across the bar and listening to their troublesome conversation…

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Training Evaluation

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Evaluation involves the assessment of the effectiveness of the training programs. This assessment is done by collecting data on whether the participants were satisfied with the deliverables of the training program, whether they learned something from the training and are able to apply those skills at their workplace. There are different tools for assessment of a training program depending upon the kind of training conducted.Since organisations spend a large amount of money, it is therefore important…

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Monitoring and evaluation

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Development Finance
Monitoring and Evaluation

Dec 2, 2013

Learning objectives


What is development?


Emergence of development economics


Development planning in India


Evaluating development programmes


What is impact evaluation?


Types of evaluation


Evidence-based policy making


Evaluation questions; hypotheses and performance indicators

Development Finance (IFMR)

Monitoring and Evaluation

Dec 2,2013

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Critical Evaluation Essay

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Karen Arrington

English Katherine Oneil

22 July 2012



In W.E.B. Du Bois’ “Of Mr. Booker T. Washington and Others,” Du Bois criticized Washington’s policy of racial accommodation and gradualism. Du Bois rejected the latter’s willingness to avoid messing with the racial issues and…

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Utilitarian Arguments

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good of the many. Utilitarian moral theories evaluate the moral worth of action on the basis of happiness that is produced by an action. Whatever produces the most happiness in the most people is the moral course of action. I will give the best arguments against Utilitarianism, and show in my own opinion, why I think they are wrong.
The strongest counterargument against Utilitarianism would have to be Sterling Harwood’s eleven objections to the theory. Sterling Harwood states that even he does…

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