Reflection On Performance Management System

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I have experience in performance management and understand the performance appraisal or a disciplinary process. It aims to improve organisational, functional, team and individual performances. Effective performance management measures the progress being made towards the achievement of the organisation's business objectives. It does so by planning, establishing, monitoring, reviewing and evaluating organisational, functional, team and individual performance.
Holistically, performance management may incorporate job design, recruitment and selection, training and development, disciplinary procedures and counselling, career planning, compensation and benefits and performance appraisals.
I use the following components of the performance management system to provide the framework within which managers and employees operate. A successful performance management system should:
• incorporate performance improvement, development of teams and individuals, and behaviour management to ensure productive working relationships
• have structures which support the effective functioning of the performance management system. Ie. a performance management policy as well as performance appraisal and disciplinary processes and procedures
• ensure that employees: o know and understand what is expected of them in their job role (i.e. performance objectives and performance standards) o have the skills and knowledge required to deliver on these expectations through implementing development plans and
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