The most successful employer-employee relationships embrace the value of data collection and analysis. Empowering both sides to improve skills, efficiency, products and culture is mutually beneficial.
Many organizations have abandoned the traditional annual appraisal, but that doesn’t mean they’ve turned their backs on performance management. They’ve recognized the value of continuous feedback and regular check-ins on performance metrics.
Use this infographic to understand the essentials of assessing employee performance to create measurable success in your organization.
Performance measures, often referred to as key performance indicators (KPIs), are observable measures or competencies that can be quantified over time as objectives, milestones or targets.
Assessment is one place where talent acquisition and L&D cross paths.
Numbers alone will put many people to sleep. L&D professionals must use visuals to engage stakeholders and explain how training drives performance.
With an eye on achieving bottom-line goals and desired return on investment (ROI), too often, organizations let performance management fall to the wayside.
If your company is not seeing growth in employee productivity, consider changing your performance evaluation system. Change your perspective, and evaluate employees based on the parameters mentioned above to inspire change and growth.
Performance Scoring’s Performance Management Application gives businesses objective performance data on each organizational unit down to individual employees.