A performance review is a methodical and regular process that analyzes a personal employee’s job efficiency and performance in regards to certain per-established requirements and business goals. Performance reviews generally take place yearly but can be planned more often.
- Function of the job performance review
You use the annual performance review to:
- Recognize objectives that have been met and those where additional exertion might be required
- Make a decision whether the representative’s set of working responsibilities and abilities accurately mirror the truth of the position and make redesigns as required
- Recognize execution, achievement and/or improvement objectives for the drawing nearer year
- Summarize a general evaluation of how function has gone over the past 12 months
- Gather enter sooner than the survey is concluded.
- Prepare for the review Before meeting with the employee, you should prepare the following:
- Review the position description/current job; does it correctly reflect the current key tasks of the position? If not, update it as required
- Review any documents from the employee’s previous performance review
- Bring documents or notes accumulated during the year – feedback from customers or coworkers, documents showing the employee’s accomplishments, etc.
- Perform the review
- Use a form
You have to find or develop a form that will help you appraise the employee and the employees assess his or her own performance in terms of a number of or all of the following criteria:
- Job knowledge
- Interpersonal relationships
- Adherence to policy
- Performance competencies
- Quality of work produced
- Assess the employee
You and the employee, each of you should assess the employee’s job performance in terms of the criteria specific on the form.