The Impact of Performance Evaluation on Employee Performance, Moderating Role of Organizational Standards

Zuheir Mohamed Dahkoul


Employees’ performance is the key to success of any organization because organizations could not attain their desired goals unless employees are performing well. Employees’ increased performance creates competitive edge for organizations thus organizations focus on enhancing performance and implement performance evaluation systems so that discrepancies could be identified and removed for future. Current study investigates the impact of performance evaluation on employees’ performance while investigating the moderating role of organizational standards. Collecting data through a structured questionnaire from 130 respondents and Implementing multiple regression analysis it is found that performance evaluation has significant influence on employee performance, but organizational standards moderate this relationship. In fact, organizational standards provide benchmarks for evaluation criteria.

Keywords: Performance Evaluation, Employee Performance, Organizational Standards, Improved Performance, Quantitative Analysis.

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