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appraise

v. to professionally evaluate the value of property including real estate, jewelry, antique furniture, securities, or in certain cases the loss of value (or cost of replacement) due to damage. This may be necessary in determining the value of the estate of someone who has died, particularly when the items must be divided among the beneficiaries, to determine the value of assets for insurance coverage, to divide partnership assets, set a sales price, determine taxes, or make insurance claims. (See: appraiser)

appraise

verb appreciate, assess, balance, calculate, compare, conjecture, consider, diagnose, differentiate, distinguish, estimate, evaluate, excise, fathom, gauge, judge, measure, opine, ponder, price, rank, rate, reckon, size up, sort out, sound, sum up, survey, take stock, value, weigh
Associated concepts: appraise value of property, criminal record, misconduct
See also: assess, calculate, charge, consider, criticize, diagnose, estimate, evaluate, examine, excise, gauge, judge, measure, opine, ponder, rate, survey
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4) Employee PA interview where the manager meets with the appraisee for an hour to discuss the manager's appraisal, the subordinate's self-appraisal, and how to improve.
Thorough preparation by the appraisee (and appraiser)
inform the appraisee of work to prepare in advance, such as identifying strengths and achievements, or weaknesses and failures, over the past year
In summarising the above comments relating to appraisers and appraisees percept ions of their organisations' PM systems, it is evident that there were some similarities and some differences between and within Accountco and Chemico interviewee responses.
3) Post-appraisal: The appraisers should prepare for open and honest feedback to the appraisee during post-appraisal.
The findings from further research in this area have implications for the content of appraisal, in terms of goal setting, and also for the process of appraisal to the extent that they may suggest different strategies for dealing with appraisees of differing orientations.
Records were to be kept by the appraiser, appraisee and head of department, with the time period for retention of records to be agreed locally.
This research design presents a unique case which enables us to look at the relationship between DMPA and the SPA, whereby the appraisee receives regular feedback on performance, and uses the same kind of questions and scale.
It is assumed for present purposes that the performance appraisal process involves a series of behaviors during which the appraiser observes, stores, and when necessary, recalls and integrates appraisee behavior (Wexley & Klimoski, 1984).
Although most companies now have a process for evaluating the performance of managers and employees, this activity is not one that either the appraiser or appraisee relishes.
These are KRA setting, performance feedback, appraisee's participation in appraisal process, perceived knowledge of appraisee on existing organizational procedure and system.
This method has been given the name blind choice method since the appraiser, reviewer or appraisee are not aware of the weightage carried by the factors rated.