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Why Conduct Reviews?
A performance review is a major part of the performance management process. It is a method by which an employee’s job performance is evaluated in terms of quantity, quality, cost, and time, by a manager or supervisor.
A performance review is the process of obtaining, analysing, and recording information about the relative worth of an employee to the organisation.
Performance reviews are an analysis of Employee's recent successes and failures, personal strengths and weaknesses and suitability for promotion or further training.
Performance reviews are also the judgment of an employee's performance in a job based on more than just productivity.
Performance Review Types
1. Manager Review
The manager in charge of the particular staff member does a review of the employee.
2. Manager/Self Review
This also allows an employee the opportunity to out forward work that management may have overlooked.
3. 360 Review
This includes a managers review, self review and reviews from an employee’s peers.
A performance manager supports your efforts throughout the review period, from setting goals to documenting performance to providing feedback.
Preparing for a Review
Business owner/management should be well prepared to assess their employee’s performance and deliver evaluations, when conducting performance review.
See yourself as a leader.
Know your employees.
Know the review process.
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