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Determinant Factors of Employee Satisfaction in the Performance Appraisal Based on Management by Objectives

Gladisa, Fiera Wardhani and Susanty, Ade Irma (2017): Determinant Factors of Employee Satisfaction in the Performance Appraisal Based on Management by Objectives. Published in: Proceeding book of International Conference on Sustainable Collaboration in Business, Technology, Information, and Innovation 8th No. 8th (2017): pp. 241-246.

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Abstract

In response to the phenomenon of low employee satisfaction level on performance appraisal, organization nowadays need to identify the determinants of employee satisfaction in the performance appraisal. The purpose of this article is to develop a conceptual framework about the determinants of employee satisfaction in performance appraisal using the effectiveness of performance appraisal approach.

The review of this article using three approaches. First, this article discusses the relevance of employee satisfaction with performance appraisal. Second, review the literature about performance appraisal effectiveness as determinants of employee satisfaction in the performance appraisal. Third, integrating the types of performance appraisal systems in organizations with a determinants model of employee satisfaction in the performance appraisal in order to develop a comprehensive framework for the organization.

A determinants practical model of employee satisfaction in the performance appraisal based on management by objectives has been obtained. This model adopts the performance appraisal model with the changes caused by adjustments to the appraisal basis management by objectives. This shows that employee satisfaction in performance appraisal can be obtained from the effectiveness performance appraisal system.

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