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For teams transitioning from one vertical to other, or team members moving across projects or LOBs, HRD needs to clearly outline the review process.
- Who is responsible for conducting the review - who all participate in the appraisal process?
- How is the hike decided - does the new reporting senior recommend, or the old reporting senior, or does it happen jointly?
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Dear friend,

Replies to your questions are given in italics:

- Who is responsible for conducting the review - who all participate in the appraisal process?

Reply: - Whenever team members are shifted from one project to another, their KRA sheet is made. On this KRA sheet it is clearly mentioned, when their performance will be reviewed, what are the KRAs on which performance is reviewed, who will review etc.

It appears that you do not have proper Policy on Performance Appraisal (PA) . Had it been so, this doubt would not have come up.


- How is the hike decided - does the new reporting senior recommend, or the old reporting senior, or does it happen jointly?

Reply: - Salary hike is decided based on the performance slabs. These slabs are for the entire organisation and have nothing to do with particular project, department etc. Authority should never be given to senior manager(s) to decide the salary hike. If it is done so then bias could creep in. Once the staff comes to know that particular senior manager makes salary increase then it fosters sycophancy in the organisation. In turn, it leads to "yes-man" culture in the company. I strongly recommend stopping this practice of erstwhile Personnel Management. We are in 21st century and must transit from dated Personnel Management to HR Management.

Thanks,

Dinesh Divekar


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