One of the frequently used tools to develop employee performance is the annual performance review. Companies don’t necessarily follow a fixed format for accessing employee performance. Individual businesses require choosing if a particular employee’s skills and competencies will lead to success.
Typically, an employee answers questions about his/her skills, abilities, potential and competencies on a form and his boss also responds to those questions. Then they meet to discuss the employee’s work.
● Topics of evaluation must address what the employee is expected to complete.
● Performance areas to develop should be discussed.
● It should be checked if the employee was given the tools necessary to complete his tasks.
● An assessment should be made as to what the employee has not completed but was expected and why.
Performance reviews have a lot of impact due to salary increases and bonuses are frequently dependent upon their results. Employees should be consistently encouraged by a boss with verbal praise for a job well done.