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Perception of Employees towards the Effectiveness of Performance Appraisal System in Oil Industries: An Empirical Evaluation


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1 Vivekanandha College of Engineering for Women, Tiruchengode, India
2 M. Kumarasamy College of Engineering, Karur, India
     

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The research work entitled "Perception of Employees towards the Effectiveness of Performance Appraisal System in oil Industries : An Empirical Evaluation .The aim of this study was analyses and reveals the performance apprai sal system followed in oil industri es and empl oyees' views and suggesti ons regarding the apprai sal process foll owed by the industri es wi th special reference to Coimbatore ci ty. The sample of 200 respondents was selected for the study using simple random sampling method. The data collected was analyzed using Simple Percentage method, Chi-square analysis, Spearman's rank correl ati on coefficient, Karl Pearson's coefficient of correl ation, and weighted average method, F-Test, T-Test and ANOVA. The major findings was that the empl oyees' atti tude towards performance appraisal system will improve thei r potential capabilities even though the study suggested to the industries was the employees views and suggestions can be given due importance as well as pay attention to i ncrease the satisfaction level of the employees. As the oil industries in Coimbatore are a very promising and also challenging business future, the performance of the employees play a vital role as a driving force of the industry towards success.

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Performance Appraisal Methods, Performance Management, 360 Degree Feedback
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E. Deepa
Vivekanandha College of Engineering for Women, Tiruchengode, India
S. Kuppusamy
M. Kumarasamy College of Engineering, Karur, India

Abstract


The research work entitled "Perception of Employees towards the Effectiveness of Performance Appraisal System in oil Industries : An Empirical Evaluation .The aim of this study was analyses and reveals the performance apprai sal system followed in oil industri es and empl oyees' views and suggesti ons regarding the apprai sal process foll owed by the industri es wi th special reference to Coimbatore ci ty. The sample of 200 respondents was selected for the study using simple random sampling method. The data collected was analyzed using Simple Percentage method, Chi-square analysis, Spearman's rank correl ati on coefficient, Karl Pearson's coefficient of correl ation, and weighted average method, F-Test, T-Test and ANOVA. The major findings was that the empl oyees' atti tude towards performance appraisal system will improve thei r potential capabilities even though the study suggested to the industries was the employees views and suggestions can be given due importance as well as pay attention to i ncrease the satisfaction level of the employees. As the oil industries in Coimbatore are a very promising and also challenging business future, the performance of the employees play a vital role as a driving force of the industry towards success.

Keywords


Performance Appraisal Methods, Performance Management, 360 Degree Feedback

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