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Appraisals - Key Elements
The key elements are:

* Measurement – assessing performance against agreed targets and objectives.

* Feedback – providing information to the individual on their performance and progress.

* Positive reinforcement – emphasising what has been done well and making only constructive criticism about what might be improved.

* Exchange of views – a candid discussion about what has happened, how employees can improve their performance, the support they need from their managers to achieve this and their aspirations for their future career.

*Agreement – jointly coming to an understanding by all parties about what needs to be done to improve performance generally and overcome any issues raised in the course of the discussion.

Central is the idea that the review should involve a two-way dialogue; hence it is important to ensure that both managers and their employees have some training to ensure that they know what is expected of them.
Posted on 19 Nov 2016

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