What is another word for appraisals?

Pronunciation: [ɐpɹˈe͡ɪsə͡lz] (IPA)

Appraisals are commonly used in organizations to evaluate employee performance. However, there are several other terms that can be used as synonyms for appraisals such as evaluations, assessments, reviews, ratings, analyses, audits, appraisements, examinations, scrutinies, and feedback. All of these words refer to the processes of assessing and analyzing the performance and skills of individuals or organizations. They are used to provide constructive feedback to help employees improve on their weaknesses and enhance their strengths. When used appropriately, these synonyms can enable an organization to evaluate its performance and identify areas for improvement. Employers can adopt any of these synonyms to create a more positive and productive work environment.

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Usage examples for Appraisals

Strangers used to leisurely appraisals upon their own thoroughfares are apt to believe that Fifth Avenue notices nothing; but they are mistaken; it is New York that is preoccupied, not Fifth Avenue.
"Harlequin and Columbine"
Booth Tarkington
Because of both tradition and convenience, the County Court was the logical agency to set tax rates, oversee the survey of roads and construction of bridges, approve inventories and appraisals of estates, record the conveyance of land, and the like.
"The Fairfax County Courthouse"
Ross D. Netherton Ruby Waldeck
It also provided for appraisals of the Company's property to be made every three years, so any shareholders could redeem their shares proportionately.
"Our Legal Heritage, 4th Ed."
S. A. Reilly

Famous quotes with Appraisals

  • No anthropologist of standing insists on the uniformly advanced evolution of the Nordic as compared with that of other Caucasian and Mongolian races. As a matter of fact, it is freely conceded that the Mediterranean race turns out a higher percentage of the aesthetically sensitive and that the Semitic groups excel in sharp, precise intellectation. It may be, too, that the Mongolian excels in aesthetick capacity and normality of philosophical adjustment. What, then, is the secret of pro-Nordicism among those who hold these views? Simply this—that ours is a Nordic culture, and that the roots of that culture are so inextricably tangled in the national standards, perspectives, traditions, memories, instincts, peculiarities, and physical aspects of the Nordic stream that no other influences are fitted to mingle in fabric. We don't despise the French , but we don't want them grabbing territory and creating foreign islands like Woonsocket and Fall River. The fact of this uniqueness of every separate culture-stream—this dependence of instinctive likes and dislikes, natural methods, unconscious appraisals, etc., etc., on the physical and historical attributes of a single race—is to obvious to be ignored except by empty theorists.
    H. P. Lovecraft

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