Performance-KRA

KRA ( Key Result Areas)

Your Key Result Areas are the activities that you must do to fulfill your responsibilities and achieve your business goals. Make sure your KRAs are clear, specific, and measurable. A good KRA includes the ongoing responsibilities of the position and the purpose and benefits of performing these responsibilities. KRAs can be used as a tool to measure performance, along with other modules like Goals, Skillset, etc. KRAs can be created and mapped to a department, designation, designation and department and location.

 

Defining KRA permissions

You can decide to whom you want to give permission to tag KRAs: Reporting Manager, Self. By default, it will be enabled for Administrators. 

To do this,

  1. From your home page, go to Performance > Settings > Permissions.
  2. Under KRA, select the options you want to enable.

Adding and Tagging KRAs

To add a KRA and map it to a Department or Designation:

  1. From your home page, go to Performance > Settings > KRA
  2. Click Add KRA and enter the KRA name and description, if required. 

To tag the KRA to a Department, Designation, Department and Designation, or Location, 

  1. Select from one of the drop-down options.
  2. Click Tag KRA.

  1. Select the designation or department.

  1. Select the KRA and give the corresponding weightage. Ensure the total weightage of the selected KRAs does not exceed 100%. Weightages can also be given in decimals. For example 22.2%.

Now, a KRA has been added. If permission has been given, employees will be able to see the KRAs available for them. They can tag themselves by following the steps given below.

  1. Go to Performance > My Review > KRA
  2. Click on Tag KRA, select the KRA and click Submit

You can either rate the KRAs individually or have Goals mapped to the KRAs and rate the Goals. You have the option to decide which method you would like to follow. The selected KRA will be listed under My Review tab. If KRA vs Goals is selected, users can add Goals to these KRAs by clicking on Add Goals. You can also include KRA as part of your appraisal cycle and use it as a tool to measure performance. 

 Tip : Ensure that you have enabled the respective modules under Performance > Settings > Performance Modules

Importing KRAs and KRA mapping

To import KRAs,

  1. Go to Performance > Settings > KRA.
  2. Click the Import icon beside the Add KRA icon.

  1. Import a file with a maximum size of 5 MB, in xls or csv format and click Next.
  2. Map the fields and click Next.

Once the import is complete you will view a summary of import and errors, if any.

To import KRA mapping,

  1. Go to Performance > Settings > KRA.
  2. Click the Import icon beside the Tag KRA icon.

  1. Import a file with a maximum size of 5 MB, in xls or csv format and click Next.
  2. Map the fields and click Next.

Once the import is complete you will view a summary of import and errors, if any.

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