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Conducting regular performance reviews is an essential part of effective business management. Through formal reviews, your employees can develop their skills and career potential and help your business meet its goals more effectively.
An effective performance review can provide benefits for employer and employee, as well as being a good opportunity to discuss any issues or confusion regarding individual members’ roles within the organisation.
For many employees, performance appraisals are associated with ineffective practice and unwanted events. Here are some ideas on how you can improve the quality and outcomes of your performance and development conversations with your people.