DEVELOPMENTAL & MOTIVATIONAL ASPECT OF PERFORMANCE APPRAISALJournal: International Journal of Management (IJM) (Vol.8, No. 1)
Publication Date: 2017-01-01
Authors : DAVINDER SHARMA;
Page : 152-159
Keywords : Performance appraisal; Human resource management; Performance management; Orientation.;
It is regularly recommended that in order for performance appraisal to positively influence employee behavior, employees ought to experience positive appraisal reactions. The objective of the present study was to inspect two different models of the relationship among employee perception of developmental performance appraisal and self-reported work performance. Cross ?sectional review of employee's references revealed that the relationship among perceptions of developmental performance assessment and self-reported work performance is mediated by employees' fundamental motivation and is also strongly reasoned by their independence orientation. The most interesting and practically applicable conclusion reported is, how autonomy orientation moderates the association between perception of developmental performance assessment and work performance. Consequently, significance should be emphasized on participation along with autonomy among employees. This may encourage application of performance appraisal involving employees with a strong autonomy course. We also summarized that for employees with a feeble autonomy orientation, the relationship was positive, but for those with tough autonomy orientation, the association was found to be negative.
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