(From HRReporter.com) -- How well does your organization handle
A formal performance evaluation process is quite commonplace these
days, especially in larger organizations. But having a process
doesn’t mean the approach is firing on all cylinders.
A new study by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)
found the vast majority of organizations surveyed – 98
per cent – report having a formal performance
But the study highlighted many gaps in how organizations manage
performance reviews, especially with respect to how they engage
people managers in the process.
For example only 46 per cent of respondents said they require
people managers to be trained on the company’s
performance evaluation process, although 44 per cent provide
voluntary training for people managers.