Three elements your performance review system must have
Performance review systems are very useful to your business as they help you to evaluate how well an employee is performing at work against specific measurement criteria.
On top of that, they:
· Help you to identify obstacles to achieving optimal performance in your company;
· Motivate your staff to achieve and exceed your target expectations; and
· Help to deal with under-performing employees effectively.
So it's safe to say that performance review systems are an invaluable tool to you and your company.
But when you develop a performance review system, there are three key elements it must contain to ensure that it's as effective as can be.
Keep reading to find out what they are...
You're obliged to do performance reviews. That's why you need an extremely easy to use, highly efficient system.
The first performance review software is now available in South Africa.
This software will help you determine quickly and accurately:
Your employees' skill levels;
How every employee contributes to the overall business performance;
The training and skill-enhancing requirements for every one of your employees;
How to properly motivate your employees;
The required disciplinary measures.
The three key elements your performance review system must contain are…
Always keep in mind that your employees need to buy into the system. So in order to do this, you must make it relevant to them, using simple language – so that they can understand it completely.
Make sure your performance review system can grow with your business. In other words, it must be flexible enough to change with the needs of your company.
Keep reading to see what the last element is…
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Improving performance must be done in line with your company's overall goals. In other words, you must measure performance to determine whether or not the company has achieved its goals for the period in review.
And so in order to do this, you should link your performance review system to your company's overall vision, strategy and goals.
When designing your performance review system, use the term SAL (simplicity, adaptability and linkage)
to remember these three key elements.
*To learn more on designing an effective performance review system, page over to Chapter P 08
in your Practical Guide to Human Resources Management
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