6 Tips for a Better Employee Performance Review

6 Tips for a Better Employee Performance Review

The employee performance review process suffers from many problems. Namely, it lacks accountability and metrics, doesn’t allow for frequent feedback, and – here’s the big one – it doesn’t do the best job of actually assessing job performance. Nearly 60% of human resources executives graded their own performance-management systems a C or below, according to a survey by Sibson Consulting and WorldatWork. The survey reported that for more than half of the respondents, the biggest problem is managers’ inability to have difficult performance discussions. These meetings also have a public relations problem – they are viewed as an “HR process” that does not lead to any tangible goals. Should performance management be abandoned altogether? No. However it does need to be refocused into conversations that help employees reach their development goals and help your company get the most out of every team member. Use these 6 tips to help you improve …

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