Performance management ethical principles have been defined by Winstanley and Stuart-Smith (1996) as follows:
- Respect for the individual – people should be treated as ‘ends in themselves’ and not merely as ‘means to other ends’.
- Mutual respect – the parties involved in performance management should respect each other’s needs and preoccupations.
- Procedural fairness – the procedures incorporated in performance management should be operated fairly in ...
- 8. The ethical dimension of HRM
- from Armstrong's Handbook of Human Resource Management Practice, 13th Edition
- Publisher: Kogan Page
- Released: April 2014
Appraisals should not be used to discriminate against employees on the basis of race, religion, age, gender, disability, marital status, pregnancy, or sexual preference.
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