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Performance Appraisal in Perspective: A Survey of Current Practice (IPM information report ; 14) by Deirdre Gill,etc.

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PDF Performance appraisal (PA) refers to the methods and processes used by organizations to assess the level of performance of their employees and to provide them with a feedback. This process can be used for both developmental and administrative purposes  . Cite this publication.

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PDF Performance appraisal system is used in the organizations to measure the effectiveness and efficiency of their employees. Performance Appraisal system is needed because every employee has a different attitude to handle the work.

Although the performance appraisal session is a component of the whole performance appraisal system (Giles & Mossholder, 1990) however, it is still a major part of the appraisal system since it is the only avenue for gathering employees’ opinions and other information (Roberts, 2002).

Performance appraisal is to assess and evaluate the performance of employees towards the objectives of the organisation. Performance appraisal has now become a very important part of human resource management. Appraisal system can be used to identify the problems and improve current performance, provide feedback. It also can be used to set the organisation objectives, provide information to the HR personnel, selection process and as a reward or punishments. Appraiser can explain in the form of essay or written report. Narrative procedures have the benefit that they can explain and provide information regarding the individual’s performance. The appraiser should indicate the performance of an individual on a numerical scale for which individual is being appraised have these traits.

Bias creeps in when judgments are made on behavior-based indicators. The organization problem is due to the fact that in some organizations staff appraisals are not taken very seriously. This is similar to 360 degree feedback with the limitation of only having some employees rate another employee based on their familiarity of their work while eliminating or limiting management and raters involvement.

Training, Employee Appraisal etc. Performance appraisal of employees is a vital function in. every origination. The performance appraisal is the process of assessing employee. manner that HR departments can turn their attention to providing better analysis of current. The current generation of HRIS automates and devolves routine administrative and. compliance functions traditionally performed by corporate HR departments (Barron et. a. 2004).

Performance appraisal can be defined as, the process of assessing the performance and progress of an employee or a group of employees on a given job and his potential for future development . Performance appraisal has become a very significant activity in most of the enterprises, because it provides data about past, present and expected performance of the employees which is helpful in taking decisions on selection, training and development, increases in pay, promotion, transfers and the like.