At the start of the year, expectations for the coming year should be set and clearly communicated to the employee. The objectives should be set and there should be open communication to make sure the employee stays on track with duties and company objectives.
Evaluations are intended to focus on the responsibilities the employee should be able to complete within a reasonable timeframe. If the employee is on track during the review, make sure to praise them for a job well done and let them know that you want them to succeed.
If the employee is not on track, let them know exactly where they went wrong and the impact it had on the work product. Once it is determined where the employee stands, an employee should told how they can improve and what support they will receive to help them get back on track such as training for the improvement areas (Willets, 2012). Upon completion of the review, it will dictate the outcome of the performance such as a salary increase review.
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