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Performance Appraisal In Textile Industry

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The Indian textile and d clothing industry occupies a unique place in the Indian economy. It contributes about 4% of GDP and 14% of industrial output. As the second largest employer after agriculture, the industry provides direct employment to 35 million people including substantial segments of weaker sections of the society. In spite of having the strength of being the largest cotton base and the abundance of the availability of low cost labor, the export performance of the industry is far from being competitive. The competitiveness constraints are directly related to poor per capita productivity resulting in inefficient performance.

The aim of the research was to assess the implementation of Performance Appraisal System in the Indian Apparel Export Industry and its overall impact on the productivity and performance. The study of the contemporary literature reveals that the Indian Apparel Export Industry is highly fragmented and falls under the characteristics of SMEs where performance appraisal as a process is not recognized as an effective tool for gaining better performance and productivity. Rather the literature discussed more about the technology adoption and knowledge management as the effective tool to gain competitiveness and productivity.

The results from the document based research, though recognized that poor Performance management system is partly responsible for the dismal performance, the main reasons for poor performance are Poor Supply Chain, poor cost structure, smallness, poor infrastructure and the unorganized nature of the industry. The study followed a case study approach. The findings suggested that there is virtual inexistence of a defined and structured Performance Appraisal System. Though the Performance Measurement System exists in pen and paper, its implementation has been very poor. The need for the Performance appraisal is very often over powered by more external issues related to the wage structure, piece rate wage system, overtime and policy concerns and the more important internal issues related to the quality concerns. Poor Performance Appraisal leads to employees’ dissatisfaction and poor productivity, which further results in high employee turnover. Hence, the study recommends certain project management techniques to be applied to the production situation in the Indian Apparel Export Firms, which will help the firms to enhance the per capita productivity, and over all performance.

Number of Pages of Project Report: 97
Package Includes: Project Report
Project Format: Document (.doc)

Table of Contents of Project Report:
- Executive Summary
Chapter 1: Introduction
1.1 Performance Appraisal
1.2 Indian Textile Industry
1.3 Objectives & Rationale
1.4 Hypothesis

Chapter 2: Survey of Related Literature
2.1 Introduction of HRM
2.1.1 HRD System Model
2.1.2 HRD as a System
2.1.3 Manpower Planning
2.1.4 Functions of HRM
2.2 Performance Appraisal
2.2.1 Objectives
2.2.2 Establishing Job Expectations
2.2.3 Designing an Appraisal Programme
2.2.4 Methods of Appraisal
2.2.5 Performance Interview
2.2.6 Performance Management & Development System (As a whole)
2.3 Performance Appraisal in the Indian Apparel Industry
2.3.1 Productivity & SME's
2.3.2 Key Characteristics of SME's
2.3.3 Entrepreneurship of SME's
2.3.4 Growth of SMEs- Business Life Cycle Model
2.3.5 Performance Appraisal & Productivity

Chapter 3: Research Design/ Methodology
3.1 Research Process
3.2 Research Philosophy
3.3 Research Approach
3.3.1 Exploratory, Descriptive, or Explanatory Research Approach
3.4 Research Strategy
3.4.1 Case Study
3.5 Data collection
3.5.1 Primary Data Collection
3.6 Sample
3.6.1 Limitation
3.6.2 Secondary Data Collection
3.7 Data Analysis

Chapter 4: Industry Based Findings & Analysis
4.1 Results from the Document Based Research
4.1.1 Management Practices and Organizational Skills

Chapter 5: Analysis & Interpretation of Data
5.1 External Factors
5.2 Internal Factors
5.3 Results Of The Interview Schedule With The Managers
5.3.1 Conclusion

Chapter 6: Conclusions & Recommendations

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