Translation of appraisal in Spanish:


evaluación, n.

Pronunciation /əˈpreɪzəl/ /əˈpreɪz(ə)l/


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    (of situation, employee) evaluación feminine
    (of work, novel) valoración feminine
    (of work, novel) evaluación feminine
    (of property) tasación feminine
    what's your appraisal of his character? ¿qué juicio se ha formado sobre él?
    • First, because individuals' emotional and health behavior responses to health threats are influenced to a large degree by their subjective interpretations, these appraisals must be assessed.
    • The village of Dounby has become the preferred site for Orkney's new old folk's home, being placed at the top of the list of possible sites in Orkney subject to a project appraisal.
    • The last section of the appraisal assesses company demographics.
    • The appraisal begins by assessing the respondents awareness of health promotion.
    • General factors also included several items representing patients' subjective appraisals of pain control, the adequacy of sleep/rest, and level of anxiety.
    • Furthermore, we assessed mothers' appraisals subsequent to the interactions in which ratings of overreactivity were made.
    • Applications received are subject to a detailed appraisal before the Commission makes a decision.
    • Under the new plan in Scotland, hospital medical directors would be shown the figures during surgeons' annual appraisals, but patients would have no rights to inspect them.
    • A positive appraisal would confirm the view that interest rates have indeed finally turned and that the deflation threat is over.
    • Initially, the physician should do a health-risk appraisal of each patient.
    • The most important aspect of treating oesophageal pain is a sympathetic appraisal of patients' problems.
    • The current legal provision that privatisation appraisals of foreign-trade companies are subject to approval by the finance minister will be revoked.
    • At the end of each year, the job performances of the Internet commentators will be evaluated for the annual appraisals and feedback.
    • As these types of questions aren't even entertained in the current environment, a cool appraisal of the evidence has proved elusive.
    • An environmental appraisal will be carried out for all the routes.
    • While appraisals normally assess the role of a single intervention, a clinical guideline covers the whole range of the management of patients with specific diseases.
    • Ministers following public consultation will take final decisions based on the factual appraisal and views expressed by interested parties.
    • Many have recognized the importance of energy in an appraisal but say they lack the necessary tools and comparisons to verify their calculations.
    • Like all traditional appraisals, these appraisals characterize weapons and military equipment during the stages predating the object's existence.
    • When exposed to parental conflict, adolescents make cognitive appraisals, evaluating the threat of the conflict and attributing blame.
    • Performance management begins with an appraisal system which encompasses tracking, bench-marking, and formal follow-up.
    • The talks revolve around a little more pay and the hated appraisal system, which links pay to performance.
    • The whole question of appraisals, performance, development, review to be improved, I think, again, it is an example of work in progress.
    • Any appraisal system must be fair and should enable employers to recognise their responsibilities for continuing professional development of career grade doctors.
    • Employee appraisal, training, and development involve both informally and formally evaluating employee performance and the need for training and development.
    • The union is so angered by the appraisal system, which it says has unfairly downgraded many workers, that it is taking High Court action against the Government.
    • From next year, doctors will be ‘revalidated’ every five years under a national appraisal system to prove their competence.
    • Members of the Public and Commercial Services Union are beginning a two-day stoppage over a pay claim and an unpopular appraisal system.
    • Even with the appraisal system, there is still a second sight of it, and we would want that.
    • At the Monday office business meeting, you asked for a collection of opinions about the new appraisal system by the various departments, all to be completed within one week.
    • These activists refused to carry out staff appraisals under the Performance Development Scheme.
    • The company in Ireland has confirmed it uses a controversial employee appraisal system in all its businesses here, where 4,500 people are employed.
    • They are also refusing to cover for absent colleagues or comply with the university's appraisal and performance management system.
    • Members in the Department for Work and Pensions are locked in a bitter dispute with management over pay and a discriminatory appraisal system.
    • The appraisal system helps stimulate the development of alternative solutions to a particular problem by clarifying the consequences of all options considered.
    • The appraisal system has to be scrapped altogether.
    • Many are wringing their hands about the pay appraisal system.
    • His main residual anxiety is over the appraisal system itself.
    • The draft sets out the elements which the committee believes an appraisal system for consultants should contain.
    • The main problem is that there will still be an appraisal system based on quotas.