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5 Types of Performance Appraisals that Managers Should Know

Performance appraisal time is coming up, and HR professionals celebrate the opportunity to help their employees become better, more engaged, and ...
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Identifying and Managing the Root Cause of Poor Employee Performance

This article on employee performance and performance management was updated in October 2020.
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What to Look for in an Employee Performance Appraisal System

Employee performance appraisals are a key element of the employee performance management process — particularly the performance review. Appraisals exist to provide feedback on individual performance, an opportunity to modify, change, or reward behavior, and to provide managers with the information they need to decide future job assignments and compensation increases.
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Why Continual Conversations Are More Effective Than Annual Reviews

Employees desire feedback. In fact, 96% say that regular feedback is preferred to infrequent, formally-structured reviews. Sitting down only once or twice a year to discuss goals, behavior, career advancements, etc. isn’t effective for performance management, nor is it beneficial to either the manager or the employee. Instead, establishing a regular performance and feedback process has proven to be better at keeping employees engaged and building productive, thriving teams.
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