Performance appraisals are an excellent way for employers and employees to discuss the employee’s past performance and future aims, objectives, capabilities and opportunities. Together the manager and the employee can work out what the employee is expected to achieve in their job role, discuss any problems, determine achievable solutions and decide on organisational objectives for a set period of time, usually the following 12 months. A properly conducted appraisal meeting can be a valuable and motivating experience, providing the appraiser with an opportunity to:

  • review the performance of each member of staff

  • provide them with feedback, both praise and constructive criticism

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