• Samar Abboud Milaha Ltd, Doha
Keywords: performance appraisal system, job satisfaction, employee turnover, employee retention, organizational performance


The performance assessment is an annual examination of the performance of all workers to enhance the operations of the company and maintain an internal, pleasant climate. The quality of employee performance is judged primarily. William said performance evaluations also contribute to the preparation of a career plan for every junior and senior workers. It is regarded as a tool to enhance the performance of workers via further coaching and training. It attempts to identify individual deficiencies and carry out the training required to increase productivity and optimize each employee's capabilities. The purpose of this study is to investigate the links between performance assessments and work satisfaction in the Lebanese banking industry. This study also focuses on the issues of the Lebanese banking sector's high turnover rates. The study will also evaluate the significance and importance of human resources in the banking industry in the retention of employee skills. Furthermore, in adopting methods of retention of workers in the Lebanese Banking sector the Human Resources department plays a significant role.


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Author Biography

Samar Abboud, Milaha Ltd, Doha

DBA (Beirut Arab University, Lebanon)

Senior administrator, Facility management, Milaha Ltd, Doha, Qatar  

Research Interests: Management, Human Resources, Strategic Management


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Abboud, S. (2021). THE IMPACT OF 360 DEGREES PERFORMANCE APPRAISALS ON EMPLOYEE RETENTION. The EUrASEANs: Journal on Global Socio-Economic Dynamics, (3(28), 37-49.