Performance appraisal of braindigit IT solutions

Forfatter(e)

Utgivelsesdato

2015

Utgiver

Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences

Dokumenttype

Masterprogram

Joint Master Degree in Digital Library Learning (DILL)

Sammendrag

Performance Appraisal System and procedures has been considered as the most important and significant in an organization. It is an indispensable tool for any organization.The information it generates and provides are highly valuable in making various decisions regarding different level of employees and its aspects such as promotion/demotion, reward/punishment and any other update in Human Resource Inventory System. Performance measurement provide information for the purpose of decision making processes which provide a basis for judging the effectiveness of personnel sub-divisions such as recruiting, selection, training and compensation. This research will focus on examining the performance appraisal system and method of evaluating work performance done by employees of the organization. The sample size of 51 has been chosen from the Braindigit IT Solutions Pvt. Ltd, situated at Kathmandu, Nepal. The data used for the study is primary data which is collected through the help of questionnaire and survey method filled by the sample employees from different backgrounds. The samples are drawn from administrative and technical staffs including managerial and non-managerial employees of the organization. The data was evaluated with the help of statistical tools i.e., descriptive analysis with the help of statistical tools are used. Bar Diagram, Pie Charts are mostly used in the data analysis of the collected information from the questionnaires. The findings of the research show that there is good performance appraisal system. Even though, the employees have good financial facilities been provided, the research has shown that employees are found less motivated due to the absence of recognition and decision making power. The research has found the emphasis on work performance should be done to appraise employees' performance.

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  • http://hdl.handle.net/10642/3380