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___________ is the process where managers provide feedback to the employees regarding their past and present job performance proficiency, as well as a basis for improving performance in the future. Placement Recruiting Performance management Selection
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User: ___________ is the process where managers provide feedback to the employees regarding their past and present job performance proficiency, as well as a basis for improving performance in the future. Placement Recruiting Performance management Selection

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Asked 11/10/2013 5:44:34 PM
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PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT is the process where managers provide feedback to the employees regarding their past and present job performance proficiency, as well as a basis for improving performance in the future.
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