performance reviews

Not all employees are alike. Some excel in their roles, while underperforming workers can drag down the bottom line. Most fall somewhere in the middle. In Part 1 of this series, we introduced several ways to figure out which employee is which.

Not all employees are alike. Some excel in their roles, while under-performing workers can drag down the bottom-line. Most fall somewhere in the middle. In Part 1 of this series, we introduced several ways to figure out which employee is which.

Not all employees are alike. Some excel in their roles, while under-performing workers can drag down the bottom-line. Most fall somewhere in the middle. In Part 1 of this series, we introduced several ways to figure out which employee is which. In Part 2, we discussed management strategies specific to those workers in the middle of the range. Today we’ll focus on how to help top performers thrive.
According to the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM), organizations continue to struggle with effective performance management: “More than one-half (53 percent) gave their organizations a grade between C+ to B, another one-fifths (21 percent) chose a C, and only 2 percent gave an A in performance management to their organizations.”
Do you find the employee evaluation process to be an unpleasant experience? It doesn't need to be.
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