International Journal of Research in Human Resource Management
2021, Vol. 3, Issue 2, Part B
A study on performance appraisal for doctors at Bengaluru hospitals
Aishwarya Ulloora H, Narendra K and Harish S
Performance Appraisal has always been popular in some form or another throughout the eras in various forms and attributes. Even in this day and age of globalization, performance appraisal has become a critical requirement for employees in both the private and public sectors. This is essentially a process that evaluates an employee's performance regularly. There are different parameters or benchmarks used to assess an employee's efficiency and functionality, as well as his dedication to the organization. Bengaluru's healthcare situation is a mix of relative abundance and scarcity. Several government agencies and programs provide health care services. In terms of infrastructure, if all primary health care facilities run by different government agencies were combined, there would undoubtedly be enough centers to meet the population's primary care needs. The requirement for a comprehensive, participatory medical plan. The city also has its medical facilities, such as the National Institute of Mental Health and Neuroscience (NIMHANS) and the Jayadeva Institute of Cardiology, both of which have top-notch medical personnel. This paper attempts to identify Performance Appraisal systems in hospitals and to offer suggestions for improvement.