Performance Appraisals Impact on Attitudinal Outcomes and Organisational Performance

Adnan Ahmed, Iftikhar Hussain, Shakeel Ahmed, M. Fraz Akbar

Abstract


Performance appraisal is a widely recognized process, yet in Pakistan efforts to study and examine its effect on
attitudinal outcomes and firm performance are scarce. The present study addresses this research gap. Researchers
explored the relationship between PA satisfaction, job satisfaction and turnover intentions in semi-governmental
organizations in Pakistan. Using responses collected from 123 respondents, we find statistically significant
relationships between studied variables. The results have significant policy implications for improving the
process of performance appraisal in semi-governmental organizations in Pakistan as well as other developing
countries. Further the study enriches the body of knowledge on performance appraisal and its impact on
organizational performance in developing countries.

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