Hi Seniors What is mean by 360 degree appraisal? will you explain me. And is it necessary to have 360 degree appraisal in organisation ? Isn’t it lengthy process ? Please explain me.
From India, Mumbai
Sure my dear....i have a complete solution for you....i have enclosed a document for your perusal and hope this will give the every possible answer of your question... Best of Luck
From India, Gurgaon

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top class information provided about 360 degree in pdf format. In our company we have the MRF(multi rater feedback system) but we find it is of no use and it has damaged the feelings of the juniors.
From India, Mumbai
i want how implementation of 360 degree performance appraisal in aditya birla group happens? any documentation plz fwd me
From India, Hyderabad
Nobody is showing how to calculate the results from the ratings
From India, Ahmadabad
It is a process where from top to bottom of hierarchy can analyse your performance and your appraise you accordingly.
From India, Secunderabad
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how does 360 degree performance appraisal is implemented in wipro hyderabad?
From India, Chennai
Hi! This subject matter keeps coming back. Since the creation of CiteHr by Sid in 2004, we have been discussing this 360 Degree Performance Appraisal System. And, this particular thread was first posted ten (10) years ago. Anyway, let me help out after 16 long years of endless discussion on this subject matter:
1) The 360 Degree Appraisal System is not an appraisal tool per se. It is simply a paradigm or framework for conducting or implementing the appraisal of employees in a company.
2) As a paradigm, the 360 Degree promotes the concept of "multiple raters" (multi raters as mentioned by one above) compared with the traditional "single rater" (immediate superior) approach.
3) As a system that embraces the advantage of multiple raters, the 360 Degree thinks that all important contacts of the employee must be asked to rate the said employee's performance. The final rating that an employee gets will be the average of all the ratings given to the said employee.
4) The most common raters identified are: a) immediate superior, b) fellow employee, c) customer, d) subordinate employee, e) supplier.
5) The usual problems and/ or issues raised in the 360 Degrees are the following:
a) the correct & appropriate weight of each of the raters rating that would be acceptable to both employee and the company;
b) the length of time needed for its roll out and processing, esp. when the company has thousands of employees;
c) the correct "appraisal form" that will give the most objective and valid rating scores to the employees in a particular industry;
Many of the above issues have not been properly discussed and addressed by the most ardent promoters of the 360 Degrees. There are some who think that simply accepting the idea of multiple raters is enough to be able to implement it. But those of us who have been setting up appraisal systems worldwide know that it is not that simple ---- like eating a cake or making a coffee.
Best regards.

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Topic: Performnce Management System 360 Degree Technique
Time: Apr 30, 2020 05:00 PM India
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