Global Journal of Commerce & Management Perspective
Open Access

ISSN: 2319-7285


Measuring Gap in Skill Check of Workers Under Performance Appraisal System in Cement Companies of Rajasthan

Anil. K. Bhatt and Renu Nathawat

Performance Appraisal System (PAS) is always a matter of conflict for assessing subordinates performance. Since the effectiveness of organizations depends upon measuring workers skills and converting it in the favour of organisation however, the subordinates always believe that their skills are not checked properly under the current PAS. This paper focuses on measuring employee’s skills for effective PAS for the workers of Cement Industry in the geographical area of South Rajasthan, for this purpose a questionnaire was administered by taking 31 items, survey of workers and managers of 4 cement companies were being conducted by taking perception of 121 workers and 99 managers. To identify gap in PAS testing of hypotheses were done with SPSS-19 software, by applying correlation, multiple regressions and ANOVA. 9 variables were selected from workers and managers perception. These variables were further provided to cement companies to reduce these gaps and making the PAS effective in cement companies.

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