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Title: A study on the performance appraisal system in selected industries of Mysore district
Researcher: Somashekar, M P
Guide(s): Siddegowda, Y S
Keywords: Social Science
performance appraisal system
industries
Upload Date: 17-Feb-2014
University: University of Mysore
Completed Date: March 2010
Abstract: The present study deals with an assessment of the Performance Appraisal System in a newlinefew selected industries of Mysore district. The purpose of the present research was to newlineevaluate the qualitative and quantitative functioning of the Performance Appraisal newlineSystem adopted in industries of Mysore District. This study is chosen for an in depth newlineanalysis and understanding of the Performance Appraisal System. The study was newlineconducted in 16 selected industries of Mysore District. They are 8 each from public newlinesector and private sector industries. A total of 300 respondents were selected through newlinestratified random sampling of which 150 each were from the private and public newlinesectors. Of the 150 respondents from each sector, 75 were appraisers and the newlineremaining 75 were appraisees. A total of 9 alternative hypotheses were formulated newlinefor the present study. They were administered a questionnaire based on the principles newlinefollowed by Rao (2000), the present researcher developed two questionnaires newlineseparately for appraisers and appraisees to measure the Performance Appraisal newlineSystem for appraisers. The questionnaire on appraisers included 45 questions which newlinemeasured the Performance Appraisal System in the following 7 components. They newlineare participative planning and mutual goal setting, identification of factors-facilitating newlineand hindrance of employees, task and target orientation, identification of training and newlinedevelopment needs, open communication, mutuality between appraisers and newlineappraisees, measuring improved organizational performance, and opinion and newlineattitude of employees and employers. The questionnaire on appraisees included 33 newlinequestions which measured the Performance Appraisal System in following 6 newlinecomponents- rules and regulations, inter personal relations, identification of training newlineand development needs, roles and responsibilities, target and task orientation and newlineopen communication. Before conducting the main study a pilot study was conducted newlineto ensure the feasibility of tools employed.
Pagination: 227p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/15955
Appears in Departments:Department of Social Work

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