More about Employee Performance Evaluation
It is important for employees to know where they stand in their careers, and performance evaluations allow management to communicate guidelines for compensation increases, track employee accomplishments, and identify candidates for promotion. These evaluations also provide a perfect time to have candid conversations about weaknesses and how performance can be improved.
Continuous feedback of employee performance is important for professional growth. While organizations generally conduct employee performance reviews once a year, intermittent progress checks are important, as they allow managers and employees to address any issues before they hinder job performance.
The Employee Performance Evaluation assists supervisors and managers in evaluating employees on a full range of job-specific competencies, from major performance areas such as productivity, dependability, adaptability and decision-making, to team-related issues including communication and cooperation.