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The Effect of Performance Evaluation on Employee’s Job Satisfaction in Pakistan International Airlines Corporation (2013)

Alvi, Mohsin and Surani, Mehreen and Hirani, Saneea (2013): The Effect of Performance Evaluation on Employee’s Job Satisfaction in Pakistan International Airlines Corporation (2013). Published in: International Journal of Management Sciences , Vol. 5, No. 5 (May 2015): pp. 340-353.

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Abstract

This study is designed to study the relationship between the performance evaluation system and its impact on job satisfaction of employees. A questionnaire is designed for this purpose and the study is conducted to the employees of Pakistan International Airline Corporation. For this purpose the employees of Admin, Sales, HR, Flight crew, Engineering and other departments filled up 34 questionnaires. Literature survey described in the report served as the conceptual framework. Analysis of data includes comparison of results through graphs, co-relation techniques. Findings of the data indicate that there is no relationship between the performance evaluation and its impact on job satisfaction on employees. Additionally, in view of the limitations of the study (small sample, low response) limited conclusions can be drawn from the study. And this study disapproves the null hypothesis.

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