performance evaluation

How is Performance Evaluated? Things to Avoid When Evaluating Performance

Most businesses conduct employee reviews on a regular basis, usually at least once a year. Evaluation generally includes a review of whether the employee’s various job duties and habits match expectations. Evaluation results are often an important consideration for promotions, bonuses and raises. Regular reviews help employees better understand what is expected of them, improve

Things to Avoid When Evaluating Performance

1. Bias Managers should always try to identify and overcome biases that may affect their evaluation of an employee’s performance. Bias can be based on a number of factors not directly related to job performance (race, gender, age, religion, ethnicity, personality, etc.) that can affect how a manager evaluates a particular employee. Also, if a