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Four benefits of routinely reviewing your employees' performance

by , 18 June 2014
A lot of employers only conduct performance reviews once in a while. Big mistake.

Performance evaluations have to become a norm in your company.

You must review your employees' performance on a regular basis to ensure everything is in order and, if need be, correct problems as soon as they surface.

These are just some of the benefits of routinely reviewing your employees' performance. Continue reading to discover four more...

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Conduct performance reviews regularly and reap these four benefits

According to Nolo.com, employers who routinely review employee performance and conduct regular employee evaluations reap these four benefits:

Benefit #1: Your employees will know what you expect of them. They'll get feedback, praise and criticism of their work. They'll also have notice of any shortfalls in their performance or conduct.

Benefit #2: You can recognise and reward good employees and identify and coach workers who are having trouble.

Benefit #3: The communication required to make the evaluation process effective ensures you stay in tune with the needs and concerns of your workforce.

Benefit #4: The evaluation process also nips a lot of employment problems in the bud.

The site explains that, performance evaluations can keep you out of legal trouble by helping you track and document your employees' problems. If you ever need to fire or discipline a worker, you'll have written proof that you gave the employee notice and a chance to correct the problem, which will go a long way towards convincing a Labour Court that you acted fairly.

There you have it: Performance management is an ongoing process. Review your employees' performance regularly so you can reap these benefits.

If you're not sure where to start with performance reviews, be sure to check out this article. It contains two approaches you can use when it comes to performance evaluations.



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