Ed Llarena, Jr.
Owner/ Managing Partner
Ramesh Kumar.S.N.
Human Resource
Managing Director - Business Development

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Dear Friends,
I am now working on performance appraisal ...How employees will be graded on the indicators, what are the categories.. I would like to know or see few of the appraisal process or templates which will showcase the grading system.
I hope your valuable feed backs will help me understanding more and design a pattern for our company.

From India, Chennai
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From India, Namakkal

Looks like there is a need to clarify the HR terminologies in this discussion.

The term "grading" in HR is generally used to refer to the salary grade of a job. And, as we all know, "salary grades" are best determined via the Job Evaluation (JE) procedures.

The term generally used and accepted in appraisals (esp in Performance Management System) is RATING! Rating refers to the assessment level on the performance of an employee in a given period. The rating may come in numbers (5 ->1), letters (A -> E), and/ or words (Outstanding -> Poor).....depending on the method or system being used.

Mixing terms can lead to confusion and misunderstanding. Indeed, an "outstanding" performance may not necessarily impact directly an employee's salary grade, because performance ratings are generally used only as basis for bonuses & awards. It is only in very rare cases when an outstanding performance will result to promotion. In this situation, the concerned employee can have a promotion, which is generally a vertical movement from the current salary grade to the next higher salary grade.

Best regards.

Ed Llarena, Jr.

Managing Partner

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From Philippines, Parañaque
Thanks you so much for your clarification. I am actually looking more information on how to grade the employees i.e how to define the employee grading system and how to process like that..
From India, Chennai
If that is your real intent, then you have to learn the Job Evaluation (JE) Methodology.
There are several methods of doing JE. And, there are many available information that you can get to be familiar with it. But, learn the one that your top management is willing to implement/ use in your company.
Best regards.
Ed Llarena, Jr.
Managing Partner
Emilla International Consulting Services
Manila, PHilippines

From Philippines, Parañaque
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