Celina Jean Performance Management Cycle Plan

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meet monthly sales goals to be considered for promotions. Employers can bolster motivation among employees by encouraging the advancement of qualified workers to higher positions before hiring from outside the company to fill such jobs. Evaluation and salary administration: Starting salaries and progression: Starting salary will be based on experience and qualifications. After 90 day probation employee will receive a half dollar raise, and additional raises will be given yearly based on quarterly performance reviews and end of the year appraisals. Conclusion Performance management is a dynamic process that is designed to better understand program operations, monitor outcomes, and ultimately, help nonprofits become high performing organizations which produce positive outcomes. It involves regular, ongoing performance measurement, reporting, analysis, and program modification. Performance management, unlike traditional annual evaluation, provides employees with feedback throughout the year. The system allows constant re-evaluation of goals, progress and performance. This process requires more interaction between the supervisor and supervisee and encourages the professional development of the employee to meet the organization’s changing needs. While this more dynamic evaluation process is time- consuming, the increased productivity levels resulting from performance management have proven to be valuable to many organizations (Hermans, 2007). Reference: Hermans, Aguinis (2007) Performance Management. Huprich, Julia (2008) A Brief Introduction to Performance Management - performance-culture/Documents/Performance%20Management.pdf
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