|Title:||Result Based Performance Evaluation (RBPE) in the case of MOENCO:|
|???metadata.dc.contributor.*???:||Teferi Regassa (Ato.)|
|Abstract:||The purpose of this research was to explore impacts of Result based performance evaluation with related pay in day to day activities. It focused on the relationship of employees understanding of the performance appraisal, the impacts of implementing performance appraisal on all stakeholders and the determinants of the relationship between RBPE pay system and employees’ understanding, motivation, feeling and fairness. a case study has been chosen as a proper research method for this study and used purposive sampling technique.The data collection was made through questionnaire and interview of employees’ in the organization of MOENCO using qualitative and quantitative method of research. Major findings of the research are interpreted and analysed in comparison with findings of existing literatures.The key findings of the research indicate positive fairness feelings and the related positive perceived work related behaviours of employees’ of MOENCO in addition to sound knowledge and understanding of RBPE pay system procedures and the perceived feelings of motivation by level of pay attached to PRP. In addition to positive relationship of fairness perception with work related behaviours, analysis of the research also revealed the possibility of negative influence of subjective performance measurement parameters on employees’ feelings of fairness. Finally, the study concludes that RBPE need further study and revision of the RBPE pay system to fill up the gaps mentioned above and minimizing negative impact to maximizing the strength of the relationship between the organization and employees.|
|Description:||A thesis Submitted to Addis Ababa University, Department of Public Administration & Development Management, in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Masters of Arts in Development Management|
|Appears in Collections:||Thesis - Public Adminstration|
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