How to conduct staff appraisals
How to conduct staff appraisals – 03/06/2019
Staff appraisals are an important part of performance management for all businesses, helping to keep employees motivated and productive.
A good staff appraisal process can mean the difference between a workplace issue escalating out of control and one that’s handled diplomatically and in a timely fashion. It can also ensure that employees feel listened to and appreciated rather than side-lined and in the dark. But what does ‘good’ look like when it comes to conducting a staff appraisal – and how can you be sure you’re doing it right?
In order to get the most out of a staff appraisal, it’s important that employees are made aware of your company’s approach as early as possible.
Aine Crilly is an HR consultant at County Down’s HR Elephant, which works with businesses in Monaghan and Louth as well as Northern Ireland. She says: “Employers should take the time to clearly communicate their appraisal system to all staff – this ensures there is no element of the unknown or fear around the process.
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