DEFINITION

Performance review is an ongoing process to document expected results, standards of performance, and evaluation of the employees’ performances. Performance review also tracks the progress towards achieving the results, assesses how well the performance results are achieved, provides suggestions, and so also gives the guidelines to follow the suggestions to improve future performances, etc. It is ongoing, as organizations need to remain watchful on workers’ performances, rather than focussing only on isolated performance issues. It means, it focusses on the holistic evaluation of performances. Also, the performance review process requires organizations to collect information, and such information gathering cannot be just a one-time ...

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