The Importance of Performance Appraisal Practices for the Development of the Organization: A Case Study of a Non-Government Organization in Bangladesh

Sumon Kumar Saha


Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) are contributing to the development of Bangladesh through their diversities of services such as: (1) Human resource development by adopting education, social justice, and human rights and strengthening poor women by capacity building; (2) Providing initiatives for health care and concern on it; (3) Ensure ecological sustainability and sustainable livelihood through the use capacity building and concern on natural resources in disaster management and climate change adaptation; (4) Ensure ecological sustainability and sustainable livelihood through the use and preservation of natural resources and capacity building in disaster management and climate change adaptation, strengthening the community for flood risk reduction. As service providing organizations, NGOs have the outmost challenges for retaining high-quality human resources in this sector. That’s why, the organizations are now emphasizing on performance appraisal practices to measure the employees’ performance, and it is considered as a motivational tool. Performance appraisal determines how the employees are performing the job on track and set a plan of improvement. It is critical because it helps the manager/supervisor to take the administrative decisions effectively relating to promotion, placement, training and development, payoffs, and increment of the employees. This paper aimed at existing performance appraisal system of Caritas Bangladesh and its critical review and finally some recommendation provided to overcome the problems involved with the existing performance appraisal system.

Aus. J. Bus. Sco S. & IT. Vol 3(1), January 2017, P 28-44


Performance Appraisal; Non-Government Organizations; Bangladesh

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