Print ISSN: 2204-1990

Online ISSN: 1323-6903

Keywords : Performance appraisal

The Effect of performance appraisal on Job Performance in Thi-Qar and Sumer Universities

Fadillah Binti Ismail; Nawzad Majeed Hamawandy; Hemn Adl Wali AL . Bewani; KARINA A.NAZAROVA; Shorsh Khaild Rahman; Diyar bdulmajeed Jamil

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 2, Pages 5076-5087
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.02.520

The study aims to explore the effect of performance appraisal in Thi-Qar and Sumer Universities academic staff. The data were collected through structured questionnaires from 144 teaching staff. The findings revealed that there are positive and significant relationships between independent and dependent variables. That is establishing performance standards, communicating established standards, measuring actual performance and compare with standards, discussing the appraisal and giving feedback and indicating corrective action with teaching staff performance. Thus, for effective performance appraisal system the management of the university has to make some improvement in the appraisal system practice.


Aamir Kibria; Dr. Abdul Subhan Kazi; Dr. Ashfaque Ali Banbhan; Akram Khan Shahani; Ikramuddin Junejo

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 2, Pages 3749-3757
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.02.386

This research investigated the association between performance appraisal, employee promotion job satisfaction with employee performance in the banking sector of Pakistan. The SEM analysis approach was utilized in Smart PLs on 280 samples of bank officers. It has been revealed by the results that performance appraisal has a constructive relationship with employee promotion, satisfaction, and performance. Moreover, rewards and appreciations are not based on the number of tasks or workload. Additionally, research explicated and expressed the worthiness of human resource practices from the perspective of the private banking sector of Pakistan. The research implications suggest that authorities of private banks must pay significant attention to recognition and reward practices as workers expecting rewards accordingly to their efforts.

Revealing the Effect of Work-From-Home on Job Performance during the Covid-19 Crisis: Empirical Evidence from Indonesia

Donny Susilo

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2020, Volume 26, Issue 1, Pages 23-40

This study aims to determine the effect of work-from-home on job performance. It proposes work environment, job satisfaction and work motivation as mediating variables, and answers how work-from-home affects employee performance through them. The study has implications for business practitioner who intend to measure the effectiveness of their work-from-home policies. This is especially pertinent during the coronavirus crisis. The original contribution of this study lies within its questionnaire that has been attuned to changes caused by COVID-19. Data collection was completed by distributing an online questionnaire to workers in Indonesia. The questionnaire with a Likert scale was sent to approximately 2720 employees by email and a link was also shared on social media. The survey attracted 330 respondents. To answer the research questions, this study used structural equation modelling. The output revealed that working from home, employees experienced greater enjoyment, satisfaction and motivation thus enhancing job performance. While the validity of this research is constrained in scope to how these benefits are manifested in Indonesia, there may be external validity among other countries affected by COVID-19.