There are no legal or technical requirements on how an appraisal should be conducted. An appraisal can be kept informal, and approached as a productive conversation between employer/employee. There is no set invite requirement to invite an employee to an appraisal – an email with a diary appointment will suffice.
An appraisal should be a two-way conversation; an opportunity for the employer to feed back on the employee’s performance, but also an opportunity for the employee to feed back to the employer with any issues they may have that they wish to raise.
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