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Welcome to the SC State University Employee Performance Management System Training. Throughout the training, we will use this column to elaborate on the content that you see on the right of the screen.

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Sc state university online seminar introduction to employee performance management system

Welcome to the SC State University Employee Performance Management System Training. Throughout the training, we will use this column to elaborate on the content that you see on the right of the screen.

There are five modules to the EPMS training.  This is the first of the five modules which serves as an introduction to the EPMS process.  The other modules will cover: planning stage, on-going communication, evaluation stage, and substandard performance.

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Sc state university online seminar introduction to employee performance management system

SC State UniversityOnline SeminarIntroduction to Employee Performance Management System


Did you know

Did you Know?

  • The best managers are those who build a work environment where employees respond positively

    to the following statement:

  • I know what is expected of me.

  • "Employees join a company because of its leaders, generous benefits, salary, and training, but – 

  • "How long an employee stays and how productive he is while he is there is determined by his RELATIONSHIP with  his IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR"


Successful supervisors

Successful Supervisors

  • Take time to get to know their employees

  • Teach employees what they know

  • Remain positive and calm under stressful situations

  • Develop win-win relationships with others

  • Set reasonable expectations that are within their authority

  • Are consistent in approach and attitude from day-to-day and person-to-person


Successful supervisors continued

Successful Supervisors (continued)

  • Establish and maintain high standards for performance, yours and the employees you supervise

  • Model the behaviors they ask others to display

  • Delegate effectively

  • Build cooperation and teamwork

  • Are flexible and adaptable to changing situations


Exercise

EXERCISE

Use the box below to type a list of the items on the left that you are currently doing and a list of the ones that you need to improve.


O bjectives

Objectives

Upon completion of this training, you will be able to:

Describe the 3 phases of performance management

  • Complete a planning stage document

  • Identify 2-3 methods to communicate performance expectations with employees

  • Complete a performance evaluation

  • Identify the steps of the substandard performance process


Three components of performance management

Three Components of Performance Management


Three components of epms

Three Components of EPMS

  • Planning Stage

  • On-Going Communication

  • Evaluation Stage


Exercise1

Exercise


Planning stage

Planning Stage

  • What happens during the planning stage?

    • Supervisor and employee identify the goals and objectives for the rating period

    • Preliminary and actual planning stage preparation

    • Interview and discussion of performance expectations


On going communication

On-going Communication

  • What happens during the on-going communication?

    • Continuous supervisor/employee communication

    • Informal mid-year review

    • Management of substandard performance


Evaluation stage

Evaluation Stage

  • What happens during the evaluation stage?

    • Preliminary and actual appraisal preparation

    • End of review cycle - discussion of actual performance

    • Continuation of goal setting for future


Exercise2

Exercise


Four levels of performance

Four Levels of Performance

  • Substantially Exceeds Performance

    Work that is characterized by exemplary accomplishments

    throughout the rating period; performance that is

    considerably and consistently above the success criteria of the job

  • Exceeds Performance

    Work that is above the success criteria for the job throughout

    the rating period.

  • Meets Performance

    Work that meets the success criteria for the job.

  • Below Performance

    Work that fails to meet the success criteria of the job.


Ratings for performance characteristics

Ratings for Performance Characteristics

  • Acceptable - work that meets requirements

  • Unacceptable - work that fails to meet requirements


Conclusion

Conclusion

This concludes the "Introduction to EPMS" training module. 


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