The world of performance assessments for the enterprise organization is not immune to these trends. In fact, the opposite is the case: Performance assessment must embrace every facet of what mobility means to American business today.
Do you evaluate your employees? If so, by what means? Research shows that 80% of companies conduct performance appraisals of their salaried employees. Out of the companies polled, 69% are still using antiquated means.
Reviewsnap is excited to share its newest case study with the Maternal and Child Health Consortium of Chester County (MCHC). As MCHC worked to build a sustainable future for the organization, it was clear that strong performance management was going to be necessary for the success of the organization.
In order for high performers to contribute to the bottom line, they need a runway for success.
That includes dedicated development plans and budgets. It also means continually assessing their contributions to make sure the company can plan for the future.
The days are gone when someone took a job, followed a predictable path of career development and worked in a world in which all employee performance communication flowed from the top down.
With today’s highly transitional workforce — as employees increasingly expect to be mobile across an organization and not just vertically within it — and as studies of workplace psychology continue to prove the positive impact of looking at performance from every angle, manager assessments have become a crucial best-practice ingredient for successful organizations. In fact, two of the five key trends cited by Bersin & Associates in its study, Modern-day Career Management, directly reflect the importance of manager assessments: Career management must be a collaborative effort among “employee, manager, HR and the company,” and training of line managers is critical to an organization’s success.
— Bev McGuire, Sr. Human Resources Manager, Starquest Securities
"Our organization was looking for an automated, user-friendly solution to our performance review process and we found everything we need in Reviewsnap. We thought it might be too good to be true and found that it is as great as it looks. Our implementation went extremely well with the training, guidance, and support of our account manager, and our first review cycle was a huge success. Managers love it and so does HR. Awesome tool!"