Employee Performance Management
Performance Management for all staff – regardless of ability – should be an ongoing process that lasts throughout the entire employment cycle. Managers can stay in touch with the progress of employees by scheduling ‘review’ sessions in a one-to-one or even group format. The frequency of Performance Review Sessions can be agreed upon between Managers and Employees, although usually different organisations have their own management policies with pre-defined parameters.
Performance Review sessions can be structured by Managers in different ways, according to the needs of employees and objectives of each session. The agenda of sessions may include:
- Discussions of day-to-day events, challenges, highlights, conflicts, positive experiences, inspirations etc.
- Provision of Feedback; Managers can utilise Performance Review Sessions to provide constructive feedback in order to praise good performance, or discuss areas of improvement in the case of under-performance.
- Discussion on the social aspects of work, relationships with colleagues
- Reception and discussion of employee feedback regarding job satisfaction and concerns