Changing Face of Performance Appraisal in Turkey: A Research within the Scope of International Studies

  •  Burcin Cetin Karabat    
  •  Suayyip Calis    


In this work, we address the historical process that has been effective in shaping the current perception of performance appraisal in Turkey. We take into account cultural and legal factors affecting the performance appraisal. We study on three main surveys that provide an approach to performance appraisal systems (Arthur Andersen Survey, Cranfield Human Resource Management Survey, and Towers Watson Global Workforce Study) in Turkey. Finally, we make a general assessment, thus, suggestions for Turkish companies applying performance appraisal systems.

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