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Analysis Of Employee Performance Appraisal System In Primary Health Care


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Performance appraisal is an important tool used in measuring the framework established by the organization along with employees. Performance appraisals are useful for monitoring individual performance in order to stay on track to meet organizational goals and to identify individual development capabilities and opportunities. In addition, performance appraisal is also to assess whether organizational goals are achieved and function as future organizational planning and development. A study on the evaluation of performance appraisal system was conducted at Cukir Primary health care, Jombang District. Respondents in this study were all Civil Servants working in primary health care. The instruments used were questionnaires and interviews. The results showed that the performance appraisal system at Cukir Primary health care has been carried out periodically, in accordance with the vision and mission of the institution, and has accurate content and objectives. Respondents identified a gap in the performance appraisal system that no appropriate rewards were given to employees, the appraisal system was not fully explained to the employee, no feedback was given to the employee and the employee was not involved in the formulation of standards and performance targets. It is suggested that the leadership must review the implementation of performance appraisal system at Cukir Primary health care. Performance appraisal should have a positive impact on organizational well-being. If the performance appraisal is done well, then the productivity and performance of employees will increase.

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Performance Appraisal, Employee Performance Indicators, Primary Health Care.
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Authors

Rokhmah Maulidina
Airlangga University,, Indonesia
Widayati Yuli Arini
Airlangga University,, Indonesia
Nyoman Anita Damayanti
Airlangga University,, Indonesia

Abstract


Performance appraisal is an important tool used in measuring the framework established by the organization along with employees. Performance appraisals are useful for monitoring individual performance in order to stay on track to meet organizational goals and to identify individual development capabilities and opportunities. In addition, performance appraisal is also to assess whether organizational goals are achieved and function as future organizational planning and development. A study on the evaluation of performance appraisal system was conducted at Cukir Primary health care, Jombang District. Respondents in this study were all Civil Servants working in primary health care. The instruments used were questionnaires and interviews. The results showed that the performance appraisal system at Cukir Primary health care has been carried out periodically, in accordance with the vision and mission of the institution, and has accurate content and objectives. Respondents identified a gap in the performance appraisal system that no appropriate rewards were given to employees, the appraisal system was not fully explained to the employee, no feedback was given to the employee and the employee was not involved in the formulation of standards and performance targets. It is suggested that the leadership must review the implementation of performance appraisal system at Cukir Primary health care. Performance appraisal should have a positive impact on organizational well-being. If the performance appraisal is done well, then the productivity and performance of employees will increase.

Keywords


Performance Appraisal, Employee Performance Indicators, Primary Health Care.



DOI: https://doi.org/10.37506/v10%2Fi12%2F2019%2Fijphrd%2F192156