According to BDlive, Zuma made the remarks at the National Education Health and Allied Workers Union's (Nehawu's) electoral conference in Benoni, east of Johannesburg on Wednesday. He said a report was being prepared to counter those who 'read selectively' about state performance and to mark the 20th anniversary of a democratic state.
He added without such a report, 'there will be those who remain with the wrong impression that we have not done enough.'
While the state is judged by its citizens on its ability to perform efficiently and deliver on its promises, your employees also have to account for their performance at work.
And that's why you have to conduct performance assessments.
Four reasons why you must assess your employee's performance regularly
The Labour Law for Managers Loose Leaf Service advises you conduct regular assessments of your employees' performance at work so you can:
Remember, to use performance assessments as a vehicle to define performance and performance objectives. Use it to facilitate sustained or improved performance, as the case may be and encourage your employee to perform his job successfully.
If your employee is already successful, then focus on how to motivate him even further to realise and use his full potential to carry out your company's objectives.
But if he isn't performing, you must identify exactly how and why, so you can try to solve the problems and improve his performance. If that doesn't happen within a reasonable time, you want to be able to fire him and to be able to defend your decision at the CCMA.
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