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OSA- Part Appraisal

Hi,

Can we define two part appraisal coulmns in one aprraisal template?

The scenario is:

Appraisal Process is devided into three phases:

Phase I- Begining of the year- Objective setting and EE and mnagare giving weightage

Phase II- Mid Year- Rating will be given by Manager/ Higer Manager and reviewer. rating will be calculated

Phase III- Annual Review- same as Mid year review.

Here Manager should not view details in Phase II- Mid year review and vice cersa.

apprceiate your inputs

Thanks!

Regards,

Chetan

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    Posted on Sep 08, 2009 at 12:00 PM

    Hi Chetan,

    It does not sound like you have a part appraiser in your template.

    In any case, you can create two or more columns. In the Column Access tab of the template, you can specify who can modify the particular column.

    So the column that should not be viewed by the Manager is Phase II - Mid Year Review should have Hide (or display if you want the manager to view but not change) under Review-Others (assuming that the manager is not the column owner).

    I hope this makes sense. Do let me know if you want me to elaborate.

    Regards,

    Priya.

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      Dear Priya and Jian,

      Thanks for the input.

      I have alreday defined part appraisal. What I am trying to understand is if I want to add one more part appraisal as different coulmn. Say for example- Part appraisal 1 (few participants) and part appraisal 2 (same participants).

      The reason why I am exploring is this option is because, as per the process, Mid year and annual appraisal coulmns must be same. Using coulmn access i will be able to give access in mid year phase but if I want to do the same for annual phase then it will not be possible.

      I hope the question is clear.

      Regards,

      Chetan

  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Sep 08, 2009 at 12:13 PM

    Hi Chetansw,

    Of course you can set multiply part appraisers. Do as following:

    1. When define your appraisal template, select column part appraisal and make the necessary settings(column access,Maximum Number of Part Appraisers, etc)

    2. When creating appraisal document using the defined template, input two part appraiser and make the necessary settings(part appraiser weighting, appraisal date, ect).

    Then in the created document, there will be two part appraisal column with part apprasier name input in step 2.

    Hope helps,

    Chen Jian

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