Dinesh Divekar
Business Mentor, Consultant And Trainer
Swechchha
Hr Executive

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Hello Everyone,
Can anyone share your Organizations Appraisal process. I want to understand the ground work behind appraisal process i.e how do we map the salary hikes of Employee, from where we get the data to decide on the raised salary slabs of Employees. I would be highly thankful to all, if you can share the template or any raw data for the same.Awaiting for your response.
Regards
Swechchha

Dear Swechchha,

It appears that you do not have proper Policy on Performance Appraisal (PA) well in place. When employees join the company, during induction itself they should be told that when their appraisal will take place. The salient features of policy could be as below:

a) Appraisal may be done quarterly. Appraisal cycle of one year is too long. Nevertheless, salary hike may be done a son 1st April or 1st Oct.

b) Employees who join in between, when their first PA will take that can be decided in the policy.

c) % of salary hike should be linked to the score of PA.

The important point is PA concentrates only on the individual performance. We need to go beyond and measure the business performance. For this you need to have well-designed policy on Performance Management System (PMS). There was query in this forum on PMS. I have given reply to this post. Click the following link to refer the reply:

https://www.citehr.com/511936-pms-company.html

Though the heading of the post is about IT company, the reply is applicable to all the industries. In the above link, you will get further links. I request you to go through each link patiently and possibly you may understand how lack of proper work measurement impacting your organisation. For further doubts, you may call me on my mobile number.

Thanks,

Dinesh Divekar


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