What is Performance Management?
‘Performance Management’ refers to the system which evaluates the employees and the processes to determine whether they are performing as expected and provide training to employees and suggestions for improving the processes.
The main components of a performance management system are peer feedback, performance reviews, manager reviews and feedback, goal-setting, rewards and recognition as well as performance improvement plans.
Performance management used to be an annual affair in legacy-oriented companies. However, with the rising number of millennial employees, more and more companies are understanding the importance of continuous feedback and performance management systems. It also has the added benefit of improving employee engagement and improving the overall efficiency of the organization.