For managers, reviewing
Instead, approach the process as a golden opportunity to give your staff feedback, listen to employee comments, review the job description, and discuss and correct .
Use performance logs to simplify
If you’re relying solely on your memory to evaluate employee performance, you’re making appraisals far more difficult than necessary. That’s why it’s best to institute a simple recording system to document employee performance.
For each employee you supervise, the file should include a copy of the person’s job description, job application and résumé. Then follow these steps for recording performance:
1. Include positive and negative behaviors.
2. Date each entry.
3. Write observations, not assumptions.
4. Keep out ...(register to read more)
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