IMPORTANCE OF PERFORMANCE REVIEWS
Periodic employee performance reviews can be valuable tools to help employers improve performance and employee morale at their company. Effective performance reviews can reinforce an employer’s business principles and priorities and help foster the skills the employer wants its employees to develop. They can also help employers gather information needed to improve individual employee and overall company performance.
DANGERS OF POORLY EXECUTED PERFORMANCE REVIEWS
Poorly executed performance reviews, however, expose employers to increased liability.
TIPS FOR WRITING PERFORMANCE REVIEWS
When writing performance reviews, Employers should ensure managers:
The majority of managers want to be liked. But, flowery performance reviews are not the way to gain employee favor. As an employer, it is important to train managers of the importance of performance evaluations. Here, at Garcia & Gurney, ALC we have experienced employment law attorneys that can give guidance on how to conduct performance review evaluations and can additionally educate employers the proper steps to train managers. If you have any questions or need legal advice pertaining to issues relating to performance reviews, contact us today to schedule a consultation.
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