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Performance Evaluations Company XYZ
Performance Evaluations Company XYZ
Performance Evaluations Company XYZ
Performance Evaluations Company XYZ
Performance Evaluations Company XYZ
Performance Evaluations Company XYZ
Performance Evaluations Company XYZ
Performance Evaluations Company XYZ
Performance Evaluations Company XYZ
Performance Evaluations Company XYZ
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Performance Evaluations Company XYZ

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  • 1. EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE EVALUATIONS FOR COMPANY XYZ By: Janelle Nye & Ryan Phillips
  • 2. Introduction  Company XYZ, professional review organization in the health care industry  Independent study on the employee performance evaluation practices  Accurate appraisals are important  Show how an employee contributes to company  Determines raises based on performance
  • 3. How the evaluation works?  Subjective and objective scoring  Form that covers 11 categories of employee performance  Adaptability  Accountability  Communication  Decision-Making Skills  Attendance  Evaluated yearly, or if new every 3 months in addition to the yearly evaluation
  • 4. Employee Concerns  Rumors around the company that the evaluation process is not valid:  1. Evaluators are occasionally late with their evaluations.The rumor is that the later the evaluation the lower the score.  2.The employees consider three-month evaluations unnecessary because there isn’t enough time to adjust to the new position.  3.There is a rumor that the company is attempting to force early retirement by giving long term employees lower scores.
  • 5. 1. Evaluators are occasionally late with their evaluations. The rumor is that the later the evaluation the lower the score. HYPOTHESIS TESTS sample mean 1 142.89 late scores stdev 1 23.13 pooled sample stdev 24.335 sample size 1 27 std error 4.899 sample mean 2 133.78 overall scores stdev 2 24.55 Is there an affect on the score if the evaluation is turned in late? sample size 2 144 NULL: m1 = m2 There is an affect on the score. ALTERNATIVE: m1 < > m2 There is no affect on the score. one-tailed or two tailed? 2 enter only 1 or 2 type of test? t test enter only z or t test statistic (obs) 1.86 critical measure 1.969 degrees of freedom 274.67 |obs| > critical?? no p-value 0.064 a-level 0.050 ←enter alpha level here p-value < a-level?? no
  • 6. Results  Accept  When the results are turned in late, there is an affect on the scores.
  • 7. 2. The employees consider three-month evaluations unnecessary because there isn’t enough time to adjust to the new position. sample mean 1 122.41 scores of 3 mths stdev 1 19.64 pooled sample stdev 21.891 sample size 1 71 std error 3.639 sample mean 2 144.85 scores of 1 year stdev 2 23.88 Are 3 month evaluations unnecessary based on performance? sample size 2 73 NULL: m1 = m2 Three month evaluations are necessary. ALTERNATIVE: m1 < > m2 Three month evaluations are not necessary. one-tailed or two tailed? 2 enter only 1 or 2 type of test? t test enter only z or t test statistic (obs) -6.17 critical measure 1.977 degrees of freedom 142 |obs| > critical?? yes p-value 0.000 a-level 0.050 ←enter alpha level here p-value < a-level?? yes HYPOTHESIS TESTS
  • 8. Results  Reject  Three month evaluations on new employees in addition to the yearly evaluation are not necessary because they will receive lower scores which doesn’t necessarily mean their performance is low.
  • 9. 3. There is a rumor that the company is attempting to force early retirement by giving long term employees lower scores. sample mean 1 13.34 scores >10 yrs in stdev 1 2.22 current position pooled sample stdev 24.055 sample size 1 7 std error 2.212 sample mean 2 133.78 overall scores stdev 2 24.55 Do employees working in the same position for 10 or sample size 2 144 more years score lower than other employees? NULL: m1 = m2 There is a difference between scores of workers in the same position for 10 or more years and other employees. ALTERNATIVE: m1< > m2 There is not a difference between scores ofworkers in the same position for 10 or more years and other employees. one-tailed or two tailed? 2 enter only 1 or 2 type of test? t test enter only z or t test statistic (obs) -54.46 critical measure 1.976 degrees of freedom 149 |obs| > critical?? no p-value 0.000 a-level 0.050 ←enter alpha level here p-value < a-level??yes HYPOTHESIS TESTS
  • 10. Results  Accept  There is a difference between the scores of employees who have been in the same position for ten or more years and the employees who have been in the same position for less than that.
  • 11. Summary  The employees at Company XYZ were correct that the evaluations are not valid.  When the results are turned in late it does affect the scores  Three month evaluations are not necessary.  The scores of employees who have been in the same position for more than 10 years are lower than that of other employees.  To keep employees satisfied and measure performance more accurately, Company XYZ needs to come up with a better evaluation process.

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