What are Some Best Practices in Assessing Employee Performance Without Using Performance Reviews?
Proctor, Jesse; Galicia-Almanza, Pedro
[Excerpt] A 2014 Deloitte Survey reported that 58% of organizations believed that performance appraisals were an ineffective use of time. This finding carries great significance given a typical manager spends on average 210 hours a year working on appraisals. Due to the incongruence between time spent and value, many companies are eliminating formal reviews. Some companies are opting to eliminate ratings all together while others are choosing to eliminate the numerical/ranking component of the appraisal. Case studies that include outcomes are a useful tool in examining how this pertains to the management of low performers.
Human Resources; HR; best practices; assessments; employee assessments; performance management; performance reviews; no ratings; touch points; feedback; employee engagement; surveys; training session; new hire orientation; ratings; coaching; dismissals; performance measurement; goals; communication; underperformance
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