Business Review


This study investigates the effects of employees' perception of performance appraisal process on organizational commitment, job satisfaction, and employee retention in readymade garments sectors. Results indicate a significant positive relationship between employee retention with performance appraisal process. Conversely, organizational commitment indicates a negative but not significant relationship with performance appraisal process. Study recommends that Readymade Garments sector requires fair performance appraisal system to enhance employee's job satisfaction and organizational commitment. It also asserts employers positive perception to employees regarding the performance appraisal implications. Finally, the study commends that collaboration between employers and employees is essential to build an effective performance appraisal process.


Employee retention, Job satisfaction, Organizational climate, Performance appraisal process, Readymade garments



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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Published Online

April 01, 2021



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