When Accuracy is not Enough: The Moderating Effect of Perceived Appraisal Use
Management and International Business
It is hypothesized that perceived appraisal use in making pay related decisions will moderate the relationship between instrumentality beliefs and appraisal accuracy related variables. Perceived appraisal use was found to moderate the relationship between instrumentality beliefs and perceived appraisal accuracy, supervisor appraisal behavior, and supervisor knowledge of performance.
Journal of Business and Psychology
Vest, M. J.,
Scott, K. D.,
Tarnoff, K. A.
(1995). When Accuracy is not Enough: The Moderating Effect of Perceived Appraisal Use. Journal of Business and Psychology, 10(2), 207-220.
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