New Public Management Model and Performance Appraisal System
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Performance appraisal system: Is a human resource management system designed to evaluate the performance of the employees in an organization.
Public sector reforms: These are actions taken by the government to reengineer the public service delivery in order to bring efficiency and effectiveness in the operations of the public service.
Globally, the public sector in many developing countries has been under a great deal of pressure post global financial crisis period. Resultantly, most countries have embarked on public sector reforms so that the efficiency and effectiveness of the public sector can be significantly improved. In most countries, the public sector has gone restructuring, reorganization, rationalization, and optimization (Baruch et al. 2014). One aspect of the reform process is the improvement of the performance appraisal system to remove “dead wood” and...
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