Hi All, I’m attaching a ppt on Performance Management System. I dunno whether it has been posted already. If not i think it will be useful. Regards, Sowmya :)
From India, Bangalore

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Can any one tell me the difference between peformance appraisal and performance management????? :roll:

Hi Sowmya,
I am Suma member of Cite HR. Could you please help about Performance appraisal i.e what is the percentage of Salary hike generaly followed when appraisal is done. Is there any Minimum and Maximum Cutoff. It would really great if you mail these details to
Thanks in Advance
Suma

From India, Chennai
Performance Appraisal System (PAS) and Performance Management System (PMS) are two different system but they are inseparable. PAS is a subset of PMS. All the activities that are part of PAS are also part of PMS but all the activities covered under PMS need not be part of PAS. PMS is related to Planning, covering each performance of an employee and evaluation criteria and other related things...whereas PAS is related to evaluation, compiling and interpreting the scores/results.
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Sanjeev Sharma

From India, Mumbai
Hello Sowmya
Its really a very nice presentation.
Keep posting!!!
Performance appraisal is one of the attributes of the Performance Management.
An appraisal can be considered as the review of an individual's performance for a specified period of time.
On the other hand, Performance Management is maintaining and improving the performance throughout.
Regards
Elamurugu

From India, Madras
A superb job done. It touches all the areas of Performance Appraisal. Please post if you have any presentations in detail about KRA’s or KPI’s. Keep it up. :lol: :lol: :lol:

Hi
Real Good Presentation. I really like the concept of KPA and KRA. I am in the process of designing a PA form based on this.
I would be really grateful if you could mail me sample appraisal forms just to give me an idea on how to proceed.
my email add is
Thanks a lot.

From India, Panaji
Hi Soumya, A real neat presentation. It is very conscise and cear about the process, method, people and the roles and relationship that they have to play. Very helpful. good work. Regards Nad
From India, Mumbai
Hi,
Firstly i think that this forum and website is the most briliant community in HR and Kudos to the developer.
I am working for a HR consultancy firm and my first project is for a manufacturing org. like any other small Inidan manufacturing unit this one too has plans to expand but their processes are not in order. They are into automation, designing, building etc. their HR department comprises of three people who basically take care of everything without any segregation of work. i have to formulate their incentive and profit sharing plan for the whole technical staff.. any suggestion?? there strength is 50 staff and around 30 workers.. would really appreciate the comments.
Regards
Ankita

From India, Pune
Hi friends I have been regularly browsing this site, but I was not able to find any attachment or any information about the objective type questions on HRD or Labour law which will be useful for the candidates taking competetive exams. In this issue, I have made an small attempt and gathered 41 questions on Labour law which is attached herewith for the benefit and usage of members. I hope this will be a starting point and can expect lot of Objective Questions to be posted on this site.
with regards
yoganth murthy

From India, Bangalore

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