It is still important to plan and prepare for an appraisal. This could include reviewing training records, feedback forms/verbal feedback, financial reports, and any other criteria used within your business to measure employee performance. It is also useful to have an understanding of the overall performance of the sector/team the employee being appraised works in, in order to be able to discuss how the employee’s performance impacts on the team’s success as a whole, and how any changes in demand from the team might result in certain areas of development for the employee.
Planning before an appraisal will enable the employer to go in with feedback on their expectations and standards, be able to suggest areas for improvement, and provide the employee with an effective appraisal meeting.
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