Conducting a Constructive Performance Appraisal

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As a supervisor or manager, you will probably be responsible for evaluating the performance of your employees. Most companies conduct annual Performance Appraisals and many companies also offer a probationary review, to ensure the new employee understands what he/she is doing well, or may need to focus upon to improve.


Also, a performance evaluation may be accompanied by a merit increase, so it is important that the review is accurate and objective. Equally important is how you conduct the performance appraisal meeting. The review is designed to increase the employee’s effectiveness and efficiency, and also to recognize his/her accomplishments and contributions to the company.


The following tips will help to make the review process a win-win situation for both parties.








A professional performance review process helps define the responsibilities of the job and is important to retaining good employees and keeping them happy.



Written by Casino Careers Staff


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