Instead of effecting positive change in employee behavior and productivity, traditional performance reviews not only fail to create the desired response, but some 30% end up decreasing employee performance, according to research from FindMyShift.com.
It’s up to managers to make the dialogue in the annual performance review as employee-friendly as possible. The first step – move away from top-down approaches. If you want your employees to engage, you have to make them feel valued. And here’s why: engagement and feeling valued open the door to increased productivity and heightened performance across the workforce. Sounds convincing enough!
Take a look at this infographic and find other tips how to make your annual employee performance reviews as effective as possible!
About the author
Mark Feldman is the CTO for Findmyshift.com that helps companies organize staff with versatile time tracking and scheduling capabilities. Mark writes about surprisingly easy tricks to get more from your employees.