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Organizations develop performance management (PM) systems for several reasons, but primarily for evaluation and development. As the purposes of PM intervention differ, they are likely to impact the satisfaction of employees with the system. Review the Case Study 12.1: Cross-Cultural Performance Evaluation in Thailand: The Case of Richard Evans, Expatriate Managing Director (Switzerland/Thailand/UK) (p. 403). Answer the questions at the end of the case. Before answering the case questions, you should do research on types of performance management systems most often used in large, international corporations. In addition, you should consider the cultural of Thailand when answering the case questions. Support your answer with at least one credible, recent source in addition to the course textbook.

Tarique, I., Briscoe, D.R., & Schuler, R. S. (2016). International human resource management: Policies and practices for multinational enterprises (5th ed.). New York: Routledge.

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