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Common Rating Errors. Distribution Errors. Distribution error happens when rater uses only one part of the rating scale, such 4 or 5 on a 5-point rating scale. Leniency error versus strictness error Central tendency error Overcoming distribution errors. Halo Effect.

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distribution errors
Distribution Errors
  • Distribution error happens when rater uses only one part of the rating scale, such 4 or 5 on a 5-point rating scale.
  • Leniency error versus strictness error
  • Central tendency error
  • Overcoming distribution errors
halo effect
Halo Effect
  • Halo effect happens when one single attribute or an overall impression on an individual affect other ratings.
  • Judgement of the rater has been clouded by the single attribute.
  • Occurs when rater has little knowledge of the job and do not know he employee very much.
  • More common in peer ratings than in supervisor ratings ( Viswesvaran, Schmidt, and One, 2005, in Aamodt 2010)
proximity errors
Proximity Errors
  • Happens when the rating of one dimension affects the rating on the other dimension which follows.
  • Only the dimensions located nearest are affected, not the overall as in the halo effect.
contrast effect
Contrast effect
  • Rating of one employee is being influenced by a previously evaluated person.
  • The rating of the particular employee has been compared to the first employee rather than the standard.
  • Contrast effect can also happen between two separate evaluation of the same person.
  • Contrast effects only occur when the person making the evaluation actually sees the employee perform.
low reliability across raters
Low reliability across raters
  • Due to halo effect, leniency etc
  • Due to different standards
  • Different raters see different behaviours of an employee.
sampling problems
Sampling problems
  • Recency effect
  • Infrequent observation
cognitive processing of observed behaviour
Cognitive Processing of Observed Behaviour
  • Observed behavior not properly remembered or recalled.
  • Emotional state of raters
  • Bias