A Study of Performance Appraisal and Employee’s Performance by Measuring the Latest Role of Motivation in an Organization


A Study of Performance Appraisal and Employee’s Performance by Measuring the Latest Role of Motivation in an Organization

Raghunathan, N Subbu Krishna Sastry

Raghunathan, N Subbu Krishna Sastry "A Study of Performance Appraisal and Employee’s Performance by Measuring the Latest Role of Motivation in an Organization" Published in International Journal of Trend in Research and Development (IJTRD), ISSN: 2394-9333, Volume-5 | Issue-6 , December 2018, URL: http://www.ijtrd.com/papers/IJTRD18087.pdf

The Employee performance is the strength of organization and Employee performance has traditionally been accorded prime focus by human resource managers. As a result, a number of performance appraisal techniques have over time been devised to help establish employee‘s performance. In the contemporary times, the use of performance appraisals has been extended beyond the rating of the employee‘s performance to aspects such as motivation. Accordingly, by the sought to investigate effectiveness of performance appraisal systems and its effect on employee motivation.Performance appraisal is a widely discussed concept in the field of performance management. The importance accorded to performance appraisal systems in part arises from the nature of the current business environment, which is marked by the need to achieve organisational goals as well as remain relevant in intensely competitive markets through superior employee performance. The organisations can however control how employees perform their jobs. In addition, performance management research shows that a significant number of employees tend to have the desire to perform their jobs well as part of their individual goals as well as a demonstration of loyalty towards the organisation.By adopting latest research objectives, pertained to establishing the moderating role of performance appraisal as a motivation tool as well as potential challenges and findings show the presence of significant positive outcomes when the organisation uses performance appraisal as a motivation tool. Further, which the study finds that the use of more than one appraisal techniques helps yield greater satisfaction and consequently to higher motivational levels.The Researcher in this study relates to the assessment of the relationship between employee performance evaluations to assess the moderate role of motivation.

Performance Appraisal And Management Appraisal Compensation. Performance Management, Employee Appraisal, Human Resource


Volume-5 | Issue-6 , December 2018

2394-9333

IJTRD18087