How To Put Together An Effective Performance Review Process

A performance review is an essential part of doing business. It not only gauges an employee’s effectiveness at growing within the company to help the business achieve its goals. It makes sure that employees and the company are all on the same page and are working in harmony to grow. 

There is also the possibility for an employee to ask for a raise or even address problems they are having that are hindering their growth. Having a process for performance reviews goes hand in hand with things like understanding employment contract law in Nevada, and creating a harmonious workplace. 

In this article, we will go over several things you should be doing so you can put together an effective employee performance review process to follow going forward. 

Give a copy of the review to the employee ahead of time

A few days before the meeting is to take place, an employee should be given the evaluation for an employee to look over. This allows them time to prepare what they need to think about and bring up. This is particularly useful if the review is not as positive as the employee was expecting. 

It also allows the employee to lead the review instead of vice versa. They are able to talk about the evaluation effectively and with well-thought-out responses and concerns. This means that they are prepared and won’t need as many follow-up messages or emails to ask questions that they didn’t think of at the time of the review.

In the evaluation make sure to leave room for the employee to also give somewhat of a review of their upper management or the company as a whole since this isn’t just about employee performance. Remember that the idea is to make sure that everybody is on the same page. If an employee has concerns then addressing them at this time can make sure that they are addressed. 

Keep it positive

Even if the evaluation is not that good on the part of the employee, there are going to be some positives that can be highlighted. The overall tenor of the review should be positive. This will result in a less contentious review as that would be counterproductive. Any negative results the employee has been exhibiting can be remedied so the focus should be on how to improve and not about how poorly the employee is doing. Also, be open for the employee to give some feedback on what management can be doing to help the employee fix their mistakes. 

Focus on the future

Whether the evaluation was good or bad, past performance is in the past. The focus of the review should be what can be done in the future to ensure that the goals of both the company and the employee can be met. 

Once the evaluation section is completed, make sure to lay out a guideline on what should be done next and the areas in which they can improve to continue growing. 


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