suji047 Started The Discussion:
Hai Dear Friends. I am here for want of your help in filling my Appraisal form, My company issued the appraisal form last week.
Unless one knows how you have performed, how can one help you? It's like asking please tell me "How to go to Delhi in the shortest time?"

Hence, my sincere advice is draft your responses to the questions and then seek help to improve them.
such a funny question...i hope i was your colleague..i would surely help you...but right now it is impossible..
Hi guys ... I got confuse after reading the reponses .... the person is asking direction how to fill Appraisal form .... its quite a simple question .... its not like ... I should have worked with you .. ooh how can I help you bcos I m not working with you,...
its all rubish .... give him simple advices
like ..
just think about your goal in next six months
think .. what have you delived in last six months
what is your achivement in last six months
Any remarkable incident ... and what was your roll in the incident ...
Think about post effect of incidents ... like how can you stop in future and hot much are you ready for that ....
Express your views in best possible words ... like you are selling yourself in front of your immeidate boss/manager
just put it down on piece of paper, make a rough draft
usually appraisal form come up with some questions and guide lines ....
so simpley put those words in your appraisal form ....

gud bye and have anice day
M Norman khan
Oracle dba
From my experience, working in a staffing solutions and services company (we have cheap hourly rates! ;)), performance appraisal forms are typically filled out by the employer. I have run across some cases where employers want employees to rate themselves and then compare that to what the employer thinks about their performance. In your case, you have to fill out the form yourself and no one here can really help you as we have not worked with you. Hope this helps! :)
Hats Off for your kind approach. You appear to have the inborn basic HR skills. Thanks for the advice. It is an eye opener for all the HR professionals to correct our approach, if sidetracked. Thanks oncaagain.

we have work shop which is not registered with any govt. body like shops and establishment act or any other and there 5 - 6 persons are working. from there a working person was gone with his self interest and he sue a case against us with a labour officer and labour officer issue a letter for us to explain about this matter, whether it is a legal or not.

Please explain with your comment that what can we do in this situation.




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