Volume 18, No. 6, 2021

Analytical Study On Employee Strength For Appraisal

Deena Das. C. S. , Prof. (Dr.) Prakash Divakaran


Employees are regarded as one of an organization's most important assets because their success is directly tied to the success of the company. Because of this, managers must know how to properly evaluate them in order to receive the intended results. It is the goal of this research to find out how performance evaluations affect the motivation of employees in a Karachi-based educational institution. In this study, the ABC institute's permanent professors, visiting faculty, and non-teaching personnel were all included in the sample. On a 5-point Liker scale, a survey of 56 employees was done using a questionnaire that included closed-ended questions. The reliability test, descriptive statistics, and regression analysis were all performed using SPSS. The findings of the study demonstrated that performance evaluations have a favorable impact on employees' motivation. When employees are satisfied with their evaluations, they'll be more driven and devoted. In addition, the study provided guidance for the future by taking into account the respondents' concerns about bias-free grading, feedback, and appeal processes. The educational institutes should devise new techniques to establish employee confidence by offering fair evaluations only based on their performance.

Pages: 2015-2022

Keywords: Performance appraisal, Employee’s motivation, Work performance, Educational sector.

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