Performance Appraisal for Private Employees: A Study


  • Sourav Basu Research scholar, Department of Management, RKDF University, Ranchi, Jharkhand
  • Dr.Somnath Roy Choudhury Assistant Professor, Department of Management, RKDF University, Ranchi, Jharkhand


Performance Assessment, Organization, Employee, Evaluation, Compensation Increases


A performance review compares actual performance to expected performance. Reviewing numerous performance-influencing variables also helps. The degree of success that individual workers have in achieving this particular objective is crucial in assessing organizational performance since the organization exists to fulfil the goals. Evaluation of an employee's performance in achieving their personal goals is a crucial component of human resource management. This introduces the idea of performance evaluation. In order to better understand the goals of performance assessment implementation, the method of performance appraisal, and the advantages of performance appraisal, the current research was conducted. The researcher has used all secondary sources of data for this goal. A range of books, magazines, and internet sources were consulted in order to get the essential data. The research may be concluded with the finding that performance reviews improve cooperation and boost human resource productivity in the workplace.


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Basu, S. ., & Choudhury, D. R. . (2023). Performance Appraisal for Private Employees: A Study. American Journal of Economics and Business Management, 6(4), 41–46. Retrieved from