Welcome to your I/O Quiz 06 Your Name 1. Performance appraisals assess worker performancein terms of productivityin terms of worker attitude and commitment.all of the abovein comparison to certain predetermined standards.2. For the organization, performance appraisals serve assources of validation for employee selection and placement methods.all of the abovesources of information for employee needs.assessments of productivity of individuals and work units.3. Objective performance criteria would be most easily developed for the job ofauthor.executive vice president.bank teller.dancer.4. Comparative methods of performance appraisals includechecklists.subjective performance evaluations.the ranking technique.graphic rating scales.5. A common source of criterion contamination isa lack of time to develop accurate performance criteria.the use of subjective performance criteriaappraiser biases.the use of objective performance criteria.6. To be useful, a performance criterion shouldbe seen as relevant by the management of the organization.be seen as relevant by the appraiser and by the employeebe relatively easy and cost effective to measure.all of the above7. The extent to which the means of appraising performance is pertinent to job success refers tocriterion usefulness.criterion contamination.criterion deficiency.criterion relevance.8. Objective performance criteriaare always clearly established by organizations.involve the measurement of quantifiable aspects of job performance.involve judgments or ratings made by a knowledgeable individual.do not differ from subjective performance criteria.9. The tendency to give all the workers very positive performance appraisals is called thecentral tendency errorleniency errorhalo effectseverity error10. By far, most performance appraisals are performed byworkers rating their own performance.All of the abovecoworkerssupervisors.customers.