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Technology in Performance Appraisal System with Specific Reference to Group of Companies HSA and its Partners in the Republic of Yemen

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  • Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad, India

Abstract


Performance appraisal became more vital management tool through which companies can raise the performance levels of their employees. It is a systematic assessment process between employees and company management for the purpose of achieving organisational goals. This study aims to investigate and explore the purposes of performance appraisal and the significance of using technology in appraisal system. The researcher has been used quantitative approach to know the impact of various aspects of technology on current performance appraisal system and qualitative approach was used to study employees' perception regarding performance appraisal system. The survey was used to collect data from the respondents. The study found that, the appraisal system does not address the important purpose upon which it should. It is used only for promotion, feedback and payment purpose.The results of present study have clearly shown that majority of employees have strong wish to have effective factors of performance appraisal system. The study indicates that, online technology used in performance appraisal system.

Keywords

Factors of Effective Performance Appraisal, Performance Appraisal, Technology in Performance Appraisal.

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