Weighted checklist

1. Definition of weighted checklist

This method describe a performance appraisal method where rater familiar with the jobs being evaluated prepared a large list of descriptive statements about effective and ineffective behavior on jobs.

2. Process of weighted checklist

• HR department and Managers / Supervisors will set up checklist for each position.
• If the rater believes strongly that the employee possesses a particular listed trait, he checks the item; otherwise, he leaves the item blank.

3. Sample of weighted checklist

• Does he give respect to his superiors? Yes/No
• Does he follow instructions properly? Yes/No
• Does he make mistakes frequently? Yes/No
The value of each question may be weighted equally or certain questions may be weighted more heavily than others.

4. Advantages and disadvantages of weighted checklist

• This method help the manager in evaluation of the performance of the employee.
• The rater may be biased in distinguishing the positive and negative questions. He may assign biased weights to the questions.
• This method also is expensive and time consuming.
• It becomes difficult for the manager to assemble, analyze and weigh a number of statements about the employee’s characteristics, contributions and behaviors.

5. Related documents

Weighted checklist form

Performance appraisal methods

Author: Davi Ngo, hrvinet.com

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One Response to “Weighted checklist”

  1. Sanjeev Duliea says:

    This is very knowldegable for me and i would like to be a part of this team

    Sanjeev Duliea

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