Performance dimensions indicate broad categorization of employees' behaviours and actions, which form the basis of performance assessment. For example, strong networking ability is one of the important performance dimensions of marketing people to achieve results. Thus, performance dimensions relate job and the work with those peripheral attributes, possessing which employees' can deliver their best. Usually organizations decide the performance dimensions outlining the range of behaviours that employees need to possess and demonstrate while accomplishing their job roles. We may not have any universality in performance dimensions, as these are specific to job and so also the nature of the organization. Nevertheless, we still ...
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