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Assessing and reviewing an employee’s performance is known as an employee evaluation and should be part and parcel of an organization’s business process for the several advantages is has for both the employer and employee.

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why employee performance evaluation should

Why Employee Performance Evaluation should be Part of Your Business

Processes?

Assessing and reviewing an employee’s performance is known as an employee

evaluation and should be part and parcel of an organization’s business process for the

several advantages is has for both the employer and employee. Most companies have

an ​employee evaluation system wherein employees are evaluated on a regular basis

(often once a year). Having an employee evaluation system in place creates an open

atmosphere conducive to performance that will impact the company’s bottom line in a

positive way if conducted in a thorough, objective, and systematic manner by the

employer. In an evaluation an employer can guide the employee in case there is some

difficulty in the employee meeting the goal, appreciate the good performance areas,

reinforce the business’ short and long term goal while employees can express their

concerns, discuss their appreciation or apprehension about any goals, which employers

can take note of and perhaps revisit the goal in the next assessment.

Merits of entwining employee performance evaluation in your business process

An evaluation facilitates goals, deliverables, and measurements, to be set as well as

negotiated. Efficient performance reviews help employees develop personally and

professionally. Self-evaluations can be part of your performance review and are often

critical to a fair performance rating. Managers cannot possibly know everything an

employee does every day. So when an employee delivers a well-written self-evaluation

with successes and complex projects listed down it can remind the manager about the

goals the employee has accomplished and the contributions he has made during the

year. In case the employee has been rewarded with praise from clients and these has

been listed down in the self-evaluation, the manager will take this into account while

making the final decision.

Effective employee performance evaluation with clear goals will have an impact on

employee development and organizational performance improvement while at the same

time help employees in achieving overall organizational goals. Performance reviews

provide insights into ethical, legal, and visible evidence that employees are actively

engaged in understanding the needs of their jobs in addition to their performance.

Therefore, the complementary goal setting, documentation, and performance feedback

ensure that workers understand their required outputs.

Employee

making employment decisions, such as promotions, pay raises, and layoffs. Some

managers dislike giving negative feedback and will inflate their workers' ratings to avoid

difficult conversations or to make his department look good against his peers. However,

Evaluations

also

provide

employers

with

information

to

use when

remember that in the case of a layoff or firing

remember that in the case of a layoff or firing, lawyers can subpoena these ​employee

evaluations as evidence in a court case.

objectively is important.

So evaluating an employee truthfully and

Software to help performance evaluation

There

assessment processes can be integrated with appropriate performance appraisal

software that registers real-time, timely, yearly reviews.

are

several

performance review applications in the market. Traditional