Hi, How to approach for appraisal if you think it’s time you should have got it long ago
Dear Friend,
Please disclose your issue /problem clearly to forum , such short lines will not clear your points here.
If you are working in any company and if you indicating about Performance Appraisal then it will be held or carried out as per companies HR policy.
And if you want to put up any thing else please open it clear frame.
Regards
I am currently working in a generalist profile in a company for last 9 months. They have policy of confirming services after 6 months for which I didn't receive any confirmation letter yet. Though, it's been issued to each and every one who joined after me and completed their tenure of 6 months. Apart that, I am recruiting like outside consultants do. Achieving more than what they asked for. But even after that I've not witnessed any initiative from my senior's side for salary appraisal. My current ctc indeed is very poor; much similar to a data entry profile. I've more than a year's experience into this role. Should I approach for appraisal? If yes, how then. Please suggest.
Dear Friend,
First of all in any company whether private or public the appraisal is done on the basis of face value rather biased though there may be different tools like 360 degree,point rating,BSC etc. but these all are for record purpose.
In my view if you have potential than don't tell anything to your boss or don't approach to any one you simply search for better job and shift your self if company feels that you are indispensable than definitely you will be asked to stay back or else you will be allowed to leave. Nothing is permanent on this earth so have self confidence and love your work not the company.
God bless you.
Dear friend,
Don't waste your time in a company where work is not appreciated.Start searching for a new job
with a good package after that leave this job.Before this have a talk with your senior regarding salary
and if they are ready to give hike in your salary then its fine otherwise you know what to do.
Take Care
I've an idea. Please suggest whether it'll ork or not. hat if I create a complete comparision of my KRA and KPI and ask management to justify "why do I not deserve an appropriate hike in my salary" would that work?
I already have started looking out but I think before I quit, I must approach them with reasonable arguments.
It should not be allowed to diminish your self esteem. If you know and feel you have done well, feel assured. Do your own self appraisal and submit to your boss and ask for a meeting to discuss his feedback. Take responsibility of your appraisal in your hands. The purpose of appraisal is to know what you are doing well and what not so well so that you can improve. Approach appraisal only from that perspective. You could even try a 360-degree assessment from your peers and subordinates.
Well, there is a catch, outside employers think I am non performer, since they compare my salary with experience. I really am caught in a vicious circle and feel helpless.
Hi,
Have you ever asked your manager that why haven't they confirmed you? If yes then what was their answer?
If you haven't asked and thinking to leave the job then it is like giving up without a try.
Sorry to say but I feel that it is little inappropriate to say that your salary is less than Data entry role. The question then will why did you agree to join and continuing. You might have some reasons for it. Please understand every company presents a CTC to an applicant (whether it is to the market standards or worth your experience or not, is a debatable one. The company pays according to their budget). Its completely to the right of the applicant to accept or reject the offer. When it is accepted give the 100% and definitely expect for good growth and hike if you perform excellent, but now its only 9 months and normally company appraises after 1 year. So wait until and then if you are not satisfied it is again your right to leave the company and search something else.
You can have an open discussion with your boss/department manager regarding your probation evaluation form.
Question of appraisal form arises only after you become a confirmed employee. Did you ever try to have a discussion
with your boss regarding yourconfirmation in service?
During final interview, every company management would give a picture to the applicant (prospective candidate) about
the CTC they are getting . Hope this had happened in your case also. Once you accepted this, there is no point in
lamenting afterwards
Be assertive (not aggressive) and fight your case before your boss (Remember crying child will only get milk).
With best wishes
R K Nair
I compromised on this salary since I was jobless then. The company has a policy of evaluation after 6 months and I've seen people being appraised after 6 months. At least I should have been informed why do I not deserve the appraisal or in case if they have extended the period. they must give me a letter saying that. As they did with few of the employees.
I think I should ask with logically by comparing KRA and KPI
Hi,
Why are you fighting within yourself. There is no meaning in expecting them to come back to you and give an explanation for not confirming you. Please go and have a discussion and then we can evaluate.
Very well then. I’ve draft an e-mail since written communication is better as he will have to give clarification on it. I am about to send it. Let’s see what happens.
Hi All,
As planned, I sent an email asking for clarification on "confirmation letter" and "appraisal" which was due for last 2 months. My reporting manager told me orally that he has extended my probation and will take two more months to confirm but when I asked for written notice for this he manipulated the conversation into another direction. As my performance is much better than what they expect it to be. So he replied saying, "we extended your probation since I don't see any eagerness in you. Now, it's clear, he is just trying to escape. Please suggest what should I do now?
Hi All,
As planned, I sent an email asking for clarification on "confirmation letter" and "appraisal" which was due for last 2 months. My reporting manager told me orally that he has extended my probation and will take two more months to confirm but when I asked for written notice for this he manipulated the conversation into another direction. As my performance is much better than what they expect it to be. So he replied saying, "we extended your probation since I don't see any eagerness in you. Now, it's clear, he is just trying to escape. Please suggest what should I do now?
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As planned, I sent an email asking for clarification on "confirmation letter" and "appraisal" which was due for last 2 months. My reporting manager told me orally that he has extended my probation and will take two more months to confirm but when I asked for written notice for this he manipulated the conversation into another direction. As my performance is much better than what they expect it to be. So he replied saying, "we extended your probation since I don't see any eagerness in you. Now, it's clear, he is just trying to escape. Please suggest what should I do now?
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Did the conversation/discussion just ended by saying that you have not shown any eagerness or there was any explanation to that. I am sure if he had not given any explanation, you wouldn't have left it like that. You must have definitely asked for. What was it???
If everybody else are confirmed why is that you are exceptional. Is there anything that is untold. ????
Finally, if you are not satisfied then you can leave the company but I think introspection is definitely needed here. You need to understand what is falling short and work on that rather than switching the jobs.
FIrstly, I alone was there along with my reporting HR and as I said he manipulated the topic towards trivial issues such as "I've allowed a lot of conveniency to you etc"
Secondly, I am not satisfied because why did he not informed me 3 months back when I was supposed to receive the letter. why now and only after when I asked for it?
Thirdly, Leaving company is like giving up what my right is. I deserve the letter and appraisal but since he has no logical answer to that, He is just deferring. I've seen him doing this with rest of the employees but when they object he sooner or later delivers what ought to be.
I posted this issue here so that I could get quick and competent advise which I must say haven't seen yet. Please if anyone could help rather investigating. I already have given sufficient information.
Hi dear Wait and take proper experience from your existing org. and simultaneously try to search new job which will work for your endeavor. Be positive all the time .
Hi Awadhesh Sir,
I already have started looking outside opportunities but skipping this situation is not a sustainable solution. bcause if I quit they will get a wrong message that in such way you can kill the right of an employee.
Hi,
If your immediate boss is telling you that there is no eagerness than try to have detail discussion in person.
Ask him in meeting why he thinks that you are not eligible for appraisal. And after meeting send him minutes of meeting over email marking cc to his boss also and ask for confirmation over email.
I would also suggest you prepare you work report. Work Assign vs Work done. Also mention your achievements.And send that report to your senior and mark cc to his senior.
Make sure you have to keep in loop final decision authority. As there might be possibility that if your senior is not final decision maker that he might be taking credit for work done by you.
Regards,
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