Performance Management Issues

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Performance Management Issues
BUS681: Compensation and Benefits
October 24, 2011

This research paper is based on the development and implementation of completely integrated performance management system. The organizations are enjoying many benefits by implementing the performance management system. It has helped in improving the productivity of employees in most of the organizations. It is to be understood that apart from advantages, the system also carries some disadvantages. It is time consuming and there are chances of biases entering into the system.

Performance Management Issues
Performance management can be defined as a systematic process, which helps an organization by improving the effectiveness of its
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The performance management system helps the company in identifying the employees who are not able to perform as per the expectations. Warnings can be given to these employees for improving their performance. Even after that they are not able to improve their performance; these employees can be terminated on the basis of performance. The organization keeps documentation about the performance of an employee. The company documents the performance in HR 's file. Employees in Organization are motivated and they value the structure of the company, its development and plan for growth. A motivated employee performs using full potential, which is good for both the organization and employee.
Relationship between Performance Management and Compensation
Performance management system makes a clear link between the performance and compensation, and allows the employees to understand the areas which need to be improved and directs them to appropriate training opportunities to enable improvement in performance to take place. Joseph Martocchio says, “Work with line managers to design the performance appraisal plan which best fits the specific duties and responsibilities of particular roles” (Martocchio, 2011). Compensation and reward decisions are likely to be arbitrary in the absence of a good performance management system. In short, performance management is a key component of talent management in organizations. It allows assessing the current talent and making predictions
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