Workforce Tip of the Week, sponsored by Spectrum Employee Services: How to create an effective performance evaluation

    In order for a performance evaluation to be beneficial, certain elements should be included. The following should be considered in order to conduct an effective performance evaluation:


    • Have a defined list of metrics to be used for comparison
    • Evaluate a full period of work, not just the most recent work
    • Make sure to define tracking measures for each employee to use
    • Be prepared to give constructive feedback to employees

    If you expect your employees to perform productive and effective work, it is important to be intentional and take the time to give constructive feedback. This is how the business can improve and it demonstrates that you’re dedicated to making the company the best it can be. Click here for more information.

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