Report on Performance Maangement System at Uflex Ltd

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Summer Internship Report

On

STUDY OF PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AT UFLEX LTD.
(With respect to lower and middle management level)

Acknowledgement

The project Title ‘“Study of Performance Management System at UFLEX LIMITED” has been conducted by me during 01/05/10 to 30/06/10 at UFLEX Ltd. My project work has been successfully accomplished due to cooperative efforts of many people.

I owe enormous intellectual debt towards my industry guide Ms. Iti Jain, who has augmented my knowledge in the field of my research. They have helped me learn about the process and giving me valuable insight into the organization

A special thanks to Mr. Dinesh Jain for giving me the opportunity of association with the organisation.

Last but not the least, I feel indebted to all those persons and organization which have helped in the successful completion of this study.

CONTENTS

|CHAPTER No. | TITLE |PAGE NO. | | 1 | INTRODUCTION | | | 2 | OBJECTIVES OF THE PROJECT | | | |REVIEW OF LITERATURE | | |3 | | | | 4 |INTRODUCTION TO THE COMPANY | | | |4.1 Company Profile | | |5 |RESEARCH METHODOLOGY | | | |5.1 RESEARCH DESIGN | | | |5.2 RESEARCH TOOLS AND QUESTIONNAIRE | | | |5.3 ACTION PLAN FOR DATA COLLECTION | | | |5.4 DATA ANALYSIS | | |6 |RECOMMENDATION AND SUGGESTION | | | |CONCLUSION | |

Bibliography

References………………………………………………………….

Annexure……………………………………………………………

CHAPTER – 1

INTRODUCTION

Performance management is the process of creating a work environment or setting in which people are enabled to perform to the best of their abilities. Performance management is a whole work system that begins when a job is defined as needed. It ends when an employee leaves your organization.

Key Benefits of Performance Management

1. PM focuses on results, rather than behaviors and activities A common misconception among supervisors is that behaviors and activities are the same as results. Thus, an employee may appear extremely busy, but not be contributing at all toward the goals of the organization. An example is the employee who manually reviews completion of every form and procedure, rather than supporting automation of the review. The supervisor may conclude the employee is very committed to the organization and works very hard, thus, deserving a very high performance rating.

2. Aligns organizational activities and processes to the goals of the organization PM identifies organizational goals, results needed to achieve those goals, measures of...
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