PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL PROCESS The performance appraisal process has six steps Step 1: Establish performance expectations and standards Appraisal processes start with establishing standards and expectations. The essence of this is to make it easy for you to identify particular output, skills, and accomplishments that will be assessed. This first step is basically about setting the specific criteria that will assist you as a manager to determine whether or not the performance of the employees is satisfactory as well as the levels of contribution towards goals and objectives of the organization. For you to achieve better results, it is ideal to ensure that the expectations and standards that you set are clear, concise, comprehensible, realistic and in measurable terms. It is also advisable that you make the formulation of these standards an all-inclusive affair by involving your employee too as a way of preventing vagueness and also enhancing unity in the job environment. Step 2: Communicate the Performance standards to employees and provide regular feedback This is simply about establishing effective communication between you and the employees in regards to standards and expectations. It is an important aspect because it helps in ensuring that employees perform their roles by the goals and objectives of the organization. Feedback can be provided formally or can be communicated informally.
- Fall '19
- Mary Azegele