The objective of business owners is profitability. Your organization's success depends on your employees' performance; poor performance is detrimental to your company's success. Creating a well-rounded approach to managing and coaching your work force requires the expertise of a human resources leader and the support of your company's executive leadership.
Performance management begins when an employee joins your workforce. The employee's job description, new hire orientation and initial discussions with his manager are fundamental steps in creating a performance management plan. Employers generally provide guidance and closer oversight during the employee's first few months of employment. During this time, your employee will likely encounter a learning curve. Learning new processes, meeting colleagues, participating on work teams and becoming accustomed to company policies and rules consume a great deal of time. Effective department leaders observe new employee performance so any deficiencies can be addressed right away.
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