October 25, 2014
Performance Appraisal System Performance appraisal systems are extremely important in an organization and depends mostly on the work there employees do. These systems allow tracking the progress and success of your employees. It is also a great tool for the employees to track their progress. It allows both managers and subordinates to see how their strength, and their weak points. An effective PA program will assist the company in achieving its goals and objectives. “Not only will training needs be identified and addressed during a PA review, but hidden talent can be discovered as well. Through identifying these training needs, staff can perform their jobs at the highest level and be in a better position to address clients’, members’ and customers’ concerns and questions. A well-developed staff is more likely to be proactive, productive and resourceful, all of which helps give the company a competitive edge, from improved customer relations to increased profits (The Importance of Having a Performance Appraisal Program, Part I,” 2004). In order to determine who is doing well, how well they are doing and where they need improvement; quarterly, monthly and yearly appraisals are a necessary tool. “Workplace appraisals actively involve employees understanding what is expected of them. By setting agreed objectives with your employer or line manager and then reviewing the results some weeks or months later, each employee is made responsible for their own performance. They are an opportunity to review strengths and weaknesses, to take an overall assessment of work content, loads and volume and to look back on what has been achieved already and to Set Goals and Objectives for the following period (www.SafeWorkers.com, 2013)”. A strong Performance appraisal should evaluate all the core competencies and skills to complete all task and goals set the...
Citations: 1. www.SafeWorkers.com, J. D. (2013). http://www.safeworkers.co.uk/appraisals.htm. Retrieved from http://www.safeworkers.co.uk/appraisals.htm
2. www.SafeWorkers.com, J. D. (2013). http://www.safeworkers.co.uk/appraisals.htm. Retrieved from http://www.safeworkers.co.uk/appraisals.htm
3. The Importance of Having a Performance Appraisal Program, Part I. (2004, November). The Trusted Professional, Vol.7 (14), 1. Retrieved from http://www.nysscpa.org/trustedprof/1104/tp29.htm
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