Employee Job Performance

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Employee’s job performance
According to Sharma and Metha (2007) primarily, a working person has two roles to play: professional and personal roles. This had a significant role in shaped the performance on an individual. Campbell (2007) stated that organizing need highly performing individuals in order to meet their goals, to deliver the services they specialized in and finally to achieve competitive advantage, define employee’s job performance as the branch of psychology that deals with the workplace. It most commonly referred to whether a person performed their job well. Meanwhile in study made by Jamal (2007) as cited by Springer (2010) stated that he saw employee’s job performance as an action that employees can successfully implement
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In fact, he believes that the ability and motivation, lead to satisfactory job performance. Staff performance is evaluated for two reasons. First, staff development, that this work is done by providing feedback and inform their weaknesses and strengths. Second is correlating the evaluation results to the payment system (Reinke, 2003). Meanwhile, (Coto & Miners, 2006) stated that The evaluation of the performance in a dynamic process should seek to foster human resources at all levels of organizations; therefore to practice philosophy and new evaluation approaches in practice and work, it is necessary to from new and serious evolution and the evaluation of performance should have the prevailing attitude toward staff development through principal programs for them. Furthermore (Aghdam & Mahjoub, 2013) has stated that one of the most important organizational strategies to effective use of organizational resources in each organization is to evaluate employees’ performance and accurate evaluation of the performance is very important in order to maximize their effectiveness and efficiency in…show more content…
Furthermore (Aghdam & Mahjoub, 2013) has stated that one of the most important organizational strategies to effective use of organizational resources in each organization is to evaluate employees’ performance and accurate evaluation of the performance is very important in order to maximize their effectiveness and efficiency in organizations. Performance as overall expected values of the organization is defined as one of the behavior discrete patches which a person does during a certain period of time (Aghdam & Mahjoub, 2013). Also the job performance means the degree to which employees do jobs in specific working conditions granted to them (Mohyeldin & Suliman,
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