THE EFFECT OF PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL ON ORGANISATIONAL PRODUCTIVITY: A STUDY OF EJIGBO AND ISOLO LOCAL COUNCIL DEVELOPMENT AREAS IN LAGOS STATE
This study examines the effect of performance appraisal on organizations' productivity in a study of Ejigbo and Isolo Local Council Development Area. The objectives are to determine if performance appraisal has increased employee efficiency in Ejigbo and Isolo Local Council Development Area; to ascertain if performance appraisal increases the productivity of Ejigbo and Isolo Local Council Development Area and to examine if performance appraisal reduces occupational conflict in the Study of Ejigbo and Isolo Local Council Development Area. The population of the work is 242 while the sample size is 151. The instrument for data collection was a questionnaire, a simple percentage was used to explain the questions, and chi-square was used to test the hypotheses on SPSS 23.0. The tested hypothesis shows that The Chi-square result shows that a p-value of 0.00 is less than 0.05. It summarily means that Performance appraisal increases the productivity of the organization. The p-value of the significance level is 0.00 which is lower than 0.05. Then H1 is accepted meaning that performance appraisal increases employee efficiency of the organization. The study recommends that: Management of Ejigbo and Isolo Local Council Development Area Lagos State should provide regular feedback and offer career development. Organizations should be objective during appraisal exercises. The employees should be sent on refresher courses regularly.