Helping the Business and the Individual
If you take the correct approach appraisals are a great opportunity to reinforce good performers and redirect the poor ones. However, evaluating an employee’s job should require more than just an annual chat. You are giving your staff a tremendous amount of feedback so it must be well documented.
There are several strategies that you can use to make a performance review less nerve racking and more productive. At QR Ventures we can guide you through these strategies whilst introducing you to new techniques; regardless of what kind of organisation you run.
Review Times - Annually or Quarterly?
The speed of change today makes quarterly the most obvious choice, however for some employees and businesses this may not be suitable. Make it clear at the beginning of the year how you'll evaluate your employees and when their individual performance planning sessions may come around. The feedback process should be consistent and constructive to help improve your staff’s capabilities; as oppose to penalizing the employee at the end of the year.
Contact our friendly team here at QR Ventures to discuss performance reviews further and how we can help you. Alternatively you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an appointment.
How We Go About Our Work Is Just As Important As What We Do
Our own individual objectives have a great impact to our team, so knowing how we go about our work, is just as important as the services that we provide. It’s important to set good examples to our staff, and show them the best way to treat others.
Our team of experts here at QR Ventures have many years of experience within business, and have many companies to create a strong, motivated working environment. Contact us today on 0330 053 6790 for more information, or email us at email@example.com
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