n Journal of Emerging Trends in Economics and Management Sciences - Reforming government employees performance appraisal system in New Egypt : (After the 25th January revolution)

Volume 2, Issue 5
  • ISSN : 2141-7024
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This study focuses on identifying the modern systems of employees' performance appraisal used by developedcountries to reform their appraisal systems since early 1990s, the objective of which is to deduce some useful lessons to reform the performance appraisal system of government employees in New Egypt after the 25thJanuary Revolution, where a complete administrative system reform will take place as part of re-building the country and enhancing its government services for the welfare of citizens. The study discussed the modern appraisal systems used in developed countries like: the Solution Focused Rating (SFR) which focuses on the apraisal method itself, the Performance Pay System which focuses on the appraisal design, the 360 Appraisal method which focuses on the conductors of the appraisal. Other appraisal systems focus on introducing new evaluation criteria, such as Citizen's Satisfaction and Social Intelligence, or focus on the time of evaluation like the Daily Follow-ups and Semi-Annual Performance Appraisals instead of just the annual appraisals. The study was divided into eight main parts which included introduction, objective and importance of the study, research problem addressed, methodology used, data collection method, discussion for the modern appraisals systems in developed countries, problems facing government employees' appraisal system in Egypt and then the conclusion which discussed the results and recommendations of the study.

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