A Study of the Indicators and Criteria for the Performance Appraisal of The Government Employees at the Provincial Statistical Office
This study aimed to determine the indicators of the performance appraisal for government employees at the Provincial Statistical Office and examine the quality of indicators and the criteria for the performance appraisal for government employees at the Provincial Statistical Office. There were two groups of the subjects in the study. One was to determine the indicators used stratified random sampling consisting of sample of 313 government officers and government employees. The other was to examine the quality of indicators and the criteria used purposive sampling consisting of 14 experts. The criteria to examine the work performance among government employees were reviewed by the experienced. There were 2 sets of the instrument: (1) the questionnaire to determine the indicators, and (2) the questionnaire to evaluation the propriety and feasibility of the indicators and the criteria. The criteria to determine the indicators were at the mean of 3.51 or above. The criteria to examine the quality of indicators and the criteria were at the mean of 3.51 or above. The criteria to examine the quality of indicators and the criteria were at the mean of 3.51 or above. The finding of the study suggested 45 indicators divided into 3 components: 31 indicators of the performance, 7 indicators of the behavior / competency, and 7 indicators of the personal traits.
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