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Want to effectively evaluate Khaye's performance? Use this ten-step continuous approach to performance reviews

by , 11 November 2014
Experts behind the Labour Law for Managers Loose Leaf Service define a performance review as the process of evaluating or measuring how well your employee is performing at work against specific measurement criteria.

One of the approaches you can use to effectively evaluate Khaye's performance is the continuous performance review cycle.

Read on to find out how this ten-step continuous approach works.


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Use this ten-step continuous approach to performance reviews to effectively evaluate Khaye's performance

 
With this approach, you'll agree with Khaye on goals and targets at the beginning of a performance management period, usually a 12 month period. You'll measure them (goals and targets) frequently during that period on both a formal and informal basis. You'll then have a combined review at the end of the period.
 
The results of the review are usually linked to a bonus or salary review process and also to company reward and recognition processes.
 

According to the Practical Guide to Human Resources Management, the ten step process for a 12 month review cycle is as follows:

 
Step 1: Set goals and targets.
 
Step 2: Conduct informal one-on-one reviews to identify support needs (at six-weekly intervals).
 
Step 3: Review performance against goals and targets at the end of quarter one.
 
Step 4: Conduct informal one-on-one reviews to identify support needs (at six-weekly intervals).
 
Step 5: Review performance again mid-way through the 12 month cycle.
 
Step 6: Conduct informal one-on-one reviews to identify support needs (at six-weekly intervals).
 
Step 7: Review performance at the end of quarter three.
 
Step 8: Conduct informal one-on-one reviews to identify support needs (at six-weekly intervals).
 
Step 9: Review performance at the end of quarter four.
 
Step 10: Combine the performance assessment data from all the reviews during the period under review and finally, compile an overall performance rating.
 
Using this ten-step continuous approach to performance reviews will help you evaluate Khaye's performance effectively.
 


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