It was the purpose of this study to investigate further the observed phenomenon of multiplicity of application of descriptive performance appraisal statements to many job families by testing the validity and factor patterns of these statements across a much broader segment of American business and industry. This was accomplished by asking a selected cross section of industrial, manufacturing and financial concerns; government agencies; and public utilities throughout the country to complete a questionnaire. All the data used in this study were obtained from the results of that study.
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Gasser, Sidney B.. "An Investigation of Descriptive Statements Commonly Used in Appraising the Performance of Nonsupervisory Employess." (1962). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/anderson_etds/8