What are they and why do we do them?
A performance review is a major part of the performance management process. It is a method by which an employee’s job performance is evaluated in terms of quantity, quality, cost, and time, by a manager or supervisor. A performance review is the process of obtaining, analysing, and recording information about the relative worth of an employee to the organisation.
Performance reviews are an analysis of:
- Employee’s recent successes and failures
- Personal strengths and weaknesses
- Suitability for promotion or further training.
Performance Reviews are also the judgment of an employee’s performance in a job based on more than just productivity.