Asian Review of Social Sciences (ARSS)
Perception and its Impact on Satisfaction on Performance Appraisal in Real Estate Industry in South IndiaAuthor : R. Sridhar and N. Elangovan
Volume 8 No.1 Special Issue:February 2019 pp 60-63
Traditionally, real estate industry is managed by small time entrepreneurs and considered as unorganized industry. However, in the last few decades, the real estate industry has become organized sector with many corporate houses started doing business and offering employment to millions. Like any other organized industry, Real estate industry too started practicing performance appraisal to reward their employees and to align their goal with the organization. The nature of the business allows the organizations in Real Estate industry to have diversified work groups. Thus, organization’s role on implementing better performance appraisal system becomes inevitable. This study aims at identifying the perception of the real estate employees on performance appraisal system, organizational role in educating the employee on performance appraisal system and their impact on the satisfaction of the employee on the performance appraisal system practiced in Real Estate companies
Perception, Performance Appraisal, Real Estate
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