Introduction

Employee performance management is a process for establishing a shared workforce understanding about what is to be achieved at an organization level. It is about aligning the organizational objectives with the employees' agreed measures, skills, competency requirements, development plans and the delivery of results. The focus is on improvement, learning, and development in order to create a high-performance workforce.

That's why us over at Process Street created the Performance Management Template.

Ensure your employees' production never deteriorates again!  

Review:

Review performance to date

First thing is first you will to review the performance review that you carried using out Performance Review Template. This will give you an insight into how employees are doing in the company. Do so by filling in the form fields below.

Review employee's relations

Once you have reviewed the employee relations within the company using our Employee Relations Template this will help you make a decision on performance management within the company and what needs to be done.

Review the market

The last thing you need to review before defining the employment policy is review your market and what your competitors are doing, what you can learn from them and what you could do better at.

Employment Policy:

Define the responsibilities

Once you have completed reviewing all of the reports. You will now define the responsibilities that employees' will carry out within the company. Do so using the form field below.

Define performance goals

Keeping employees' informed of what they need to be doing and what their targets are will keep employees' in the know of how to fulfill their job requirements.

Feedback:

Discuss ways to improve

Discuss ways to improve the employment policy within the company with employees' this will help the company at the core. Do this by using the form field below.

Give regular response

One way to help improve an employee's performance is to give them regular consistent feedback. Give them regular feedback on what they're doing right and wrong, also tell them ways they can do certain things better than others. 

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