Wednesday, December 17, 2014

What goes on a performance review

What goes on a performance review: Performance review or performance appraisal or performance evaluation is conducted on an annual basis. This is tied up to your job description, where the rater will based his/her judgement whether you have performed your duties and responsibilites for the whole year in an outstanding manner or not.

As the other poster answered, it will review the volume, quality, and timeliness of your work as well as your general working attitude, such as obedience, interpersonal relation with co workers and superiors, adherence to company policy etc. The Performance Review Form is actually a rating sheet which your immediate superior will fill up.

After filling in this form, s/he will sit down with the ratee and discuss the weak points and strong points of the employee, and areas where s/he needs improvements if any. This will also determine if you need to take additional training to strengthen your weaknesses in performing your job.

This is also the time when you can tell your immediate superiors any problems that you are encountering in performning your job, if the problem is system based, for example, then necessary amendments to your system and procedure maybe put in place to remove these problems.

Then after discussing this to the employee, both rater and ratee signs it and forwards it to the HRD (Human Resources Department) where the HRD will check for the recommendation of the rater and its implementation. Also, Performance review are the basis of salary increases, bonuses, promotion, demotions, termination and other employee movement.

I hope this helps, you can email me if you need additional information regarding this matter.


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