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Changing Trends in Performance Assessment: a Case of Jubilant Organosys


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1 School of Management Studies, Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad (UP), India
 

Trends in assessing employee performance in organizations has witnessed a change. A good performance management system has become sine qua non for business organizations in the present competitive business world. Performance appraisal has been expected to achieve various objectives. Organizations are using a combination of different appraisal methods to appraise their employees. The process of appraisal has many stages and involves multiple activities to be undertaken by an organization. Various aspects of appraisal are being reinvented and redsigned. In the present paper, performance appraisal system in Jubilant Organosys has been discussed. A critical analysis of the appraisal system has been done.
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Shefali Nandan
School of Management Studies, Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad (UP), India

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Trends in assessing employee performance in organizations has witnessed a change. A good performance management system has become sine qua non for business organizations in the present competitive business world. Performance appraisal has been expected to achieve various objectives. Organizations are using a combination of different appraisal methods to appraise their employees. The process of appraisal has many stages and involves multiple activities to be undertaken by an organization. Various aspects of appraisal are being reinvented and redsigned. In the present paper, performance appraisal system in Jubilant Organosys has been discussed. A critical analysis of the appraisal system has been done.


DOI: https://doi.org/10.20968/rpm%2F2008%2Fv6%2Fi2%2F100950