4 Ethical Principles of Performance Management

4 Ethical Principles of Performance Management

  1. Respect for the individual: people should be seen as “ends in themselves” and never as “means to other ends”.
  2. Mutual respect: both sides in the performance management process should totally respect each other’s needs and preoccupations.
  3. Fair procedures: all systems must be managed and operated with total fairness.
  4. Transparency: people affected by decisions coming from the performance management process should be given the opportunity to examine and scrutinise the basis upon which any decisions were made.

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