Employee performance management is a process by which employers evaluate and improve employee productivity. By tracking employee performance data, employers can identify areas where employees need improvement and take steps to improve employee productivity.
Employee performance management begins with setting clear expectations for employee productivity. Employers should communicate these expectations to employees in a clear and concise manner. Once expectations are set, employers should track employee performance data. This data can be collected through a variety of methods, including employee time tracking, stakeholder surveys, or using import from operational systems used by staff to do their work.
Setting up Company-wide Objectives
Setting up company-wide objectives is the first step in any performance review process. Company-wide objectives should align with the company's mission and values. Objectives should be created in a way that are specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound (SMART) to ensure that they are actionable and attainable. The employees at all levels should normally be involved in the objective-setting process to ensure that everyone has a stake in the company's success.
Oraroo allows HR teams to capture inputs regarding Company-wide Objectives using the Internal Surveys feature, then, based on this feedback, to have these set as Common Objectives, for all employees. Once assigned, managers may fine-tune the default targets to adapt them to the level of seniority and experience of each employe in the Company.