annual appraisal

annual appraisal

An assessment of the performance of a worker at the NHS that occurs on a yearly basis. Annual appraisal is a contractual requirement for all NHS consultant and non-consultant career grade doctors.
References in periodicals archive ?
in the selectmen's chamber, during the annual Appraisal Faire.
Q I believe I work hard but have just had my annual appraisal and was told in no uncertain terms that I need to up my game, stop procrastinating and stop looking busy while achieving very little.
It called for more effort to come up with new staff, effective supervision and annual appraisal of all staff, plus improved timeliness in assessments.
Concerns were raised about Dr Kerr, who has 30 years' experience, following the annual appraisal in 2004.
As a matter of good practice, work levels and responsibilities should be reviewed on a regular basis and also at any annual appraisal to ensure that the employee feels comfortable with the amount of work they are required to perform.
More than 700 appraisers joined a la mode at its first Annual Appraisal Convention, with a focus on industry and business topics, in Las Vegas in February.
The tribunal found that Mrs Brumfitt had experienced 'a deliberate denigration as a result of her complaint' when her annual appraisal was carried out by the person who she had complained about.
The bad news was broken to Spires and Jones during the second of three annual appraisal sessions at Edgbaston last week.
If your firm has an annual appraisal system, your review would be the perfect time to ask for a raise.
The company also announced the results of the annual appraisal of its properties, as determined by Landauer Associates, a nationally recognized independent real estate appraisal firm.
Note to self: Checking for underwear during annual appraisal meeting does not go down well with the boss.

Full browser ?