Performance reviews go a long way toward motivating employees to be productive and bring out their best self at work. While conducting a performance review, it’s essential to make the process as relaxed as possible and ensure that your employees get valuable insights to improve their performance. Having a clear idea of what you wish to achieve from the reviews will make them more focused and useful to your employees.
If you’re new to conducting performance reviews or if you’re part of a small business that is just starting them we’ve got you covered. Here are some of the major goals of a performance review:
Help employees understand their strengths, weaknesses, how they are contributing to organizational growth, and how they can expand their role
Identify the skills required to help employees reach their full potential at work
Evaluate employee performance against organizational goals and make them aware of future goals
Recognize and reward employee achievements and motivate them to work better
Understand how each of your employees work and align their performance with different tasks
Read more about the goals of a performance review in our HR Knowledge Hive.