Jdt2 Task 3 Essay

1786 words - 8 pages

JDT Task 3 (1113)
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Articulation of Response (clarity, organization, mechanics) The candidate provides unsatisfactory articulation of response. The candidate provides weak articulation of response. The candidate provides limited articulation of response. The candidate provides adequate articulation of response. The candidate provides substantial articulation of response.
A1. Benefits The candidate does not present the positive results expected from a well-prepared and well-delivered performance appraisal. The candidate presents, with no detail, the positive results expected from a well-prepared and ...view middle of the document...

The candidate provides an appropriate recommendation, with substantial support, of preappraisal activities that ensure the performance appraisal process is beneficial to the employee and the company.
A3. Feedback The candidate does not illustrate what can go wrong when giving feedback to the employee during the delivery of the performance appraisal. The candidate illustrates, with no detail, what can go wrong when giving feedback to the employee during the delivery of the performance appraisal. The candidate illustrates, with limited detail, what can go wrong when giving feedback to the employee during the delivery of the performance appraisal. The candidate illustrates, with adequate detail, what can go wrong when giving feedback to the employee during the delivery of the performance appraisal. The candidate illustrates, with substantial detail, what can go wrong when giving feedback to the employee during the delivery of the performance appraisal.
A4. Managerial Steps The candidate does not provide a logical discussion of steps that a manager might take when delivering a performance appraisal to ensure the process provides value to the employee and the company. The candidate provides a logical discussion, with no detail, of steps that a manager might take when delivering a performance appraisal to ensure the process provides value to the employee and the company. The candidate provides a logical discussion, with limited detail, of steps that a manager might take when delivering a performance appraisal to ensure the process provides value to the employee and the company. The candidate provides a logical discussion, with adequate detail, of steps that a manager might take when delivering a performance appraisal to ensure the process provides value to the employee and the company. The candidate provides a logical discussion, with substantial detail, of steps that a manager might take when delivering a performance appraisal to ensure the process provides value to the employee and the company.
A5. Postappraisal Activities The candidate does not provide an appropriate recommendation of postappraisal activities that ensure there are performance appraisal processes that are beneficial to the employee and the company. The candidate provides an appropriate recommendation, with no support, of postappraisal activities that ensure there are performance appraisal processes that are beneficial to the employee and the company. The candidate provides an appropriate recommendation, with limited support, of postappraisal activities that ensure there are performance appraisal processes that are beneficial to the employee and the company. The candidate provides an appropriate recommendation, with adequate support, of postappraisal activities that ensure there are performance appraisal processes that are beneficial to the employee and the company. The candidate provides an appropriate recommendation, with substantial support, of...

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