HR & Labour Law Specialists

Performance Management

Performance management

The performance management process is both an annual performance review, as well as a continuous process of setting objectives, assessing progress and providing on-going coaching and feedback to ensure that employees are meeting their objectives and career goals.

The relationship between the performance of individual employees and remuneration is a complex matter. Performance management is an attempt to provide feedback to staff on their performance, to establish a link between their individual career expectations and the employer’s business plan and to reward them according to their contribution. If a positive climate and conditions for motivation are created, staff members are encouraged to improve performance.

Preferably, formal performance reviews should be conducted quarterly (two formal and two informal follow-up discussions).

HR Support has successfully implemented performance management systems at many of our client organisations.

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Impact on employees with and without performance management