THE ASSESSMENT OF EFFECT OF PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL PURPOSES ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE IN NIGERIAN CIVIL SERVICE

Abdullateef Ameen, Mohd Nazri Baharom

Abstract


The indispensable role of employees in the success of any organisation cannot be overemphasised, given that employees play a fundamental role in accomplishing organisations’ objectives. However, poor employee performance would jeopardise the accomplishment of organisational goals and targets. Employee performance has turn out to be a source of concern to numerous organisations in Nigeria, most especially in Nigerian civil service. In addressing this issue, this research projected a conceptual prototype which specifies that performance appraisal purposes would have a positive effect on employee performance in Nigerian civil service. Employing far-reaching literature investigation, this paper offered a logic-based and empirically-based theoretical consideration to discourse the acknowledged research issues. The discoveries of this paper stressed that performance appraisal purposes do have an optimistic effect on the performance of the employee, and that performance appraisal purposes are a useful instrument that could enable organisations to achieve employee efficiency. This implies that, to improve the performance of the worker, organisations should give consideration to the provisions of the present work’s research model. This has turned out to be essential because it encompasses the basic principles required for inducing workforces to put in their best. It is anticipated that the review would aid in showing the interested party in the Nigerian Civil Service the process of enhancing employee performance via performance appraisal purposes. However, the projected prototype could be empirically solidified more by collection and analysis of relevant data

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