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The success of an organization highly depends on its employees and how they add value to the company. The best way to gauge employee contribution is through their performance evaluation.
Performance evaluation is the process of determining how employees work in their designated positions and what kind of value do they add to the organization. This evaluation can be done on various parameters like company revenue, employee ROI (return on investment), company standards, etc.
It is important to take a look inside of your organization and understand how employees are doing their work and how it adds value in the end. For this to work, you will need to have regular performance evaluations on the employees to stay updated with their work. Employees are then paid or promoted depending on their work and contribution and can have regular feedbacks with regards to their work.
Conducting exploratory research seems tricky but an effective guide can help.
We are going to discuss how conducting performance evaluation through online surveys can make things easier for your organization and employees analysis.
Step 1: Sending the evaluation survey
Managers can decide a period to repeat the evaluation process so that they have updated information on employee performance. This period can be a month, three months and so on. Later, employees can be sent the surveys online asking for the relevant questions, just like we discussed above.
Step 2: Decide performance
The team lead or manager that was directly supervising a particular employee will go through the survey. It is his responsibility to decide the employee performance and conclude if they have been working less or more. They also have full authority to conduct discussions and meetings to discuss the concluded performance of an employee.
Step 3: Action
Based on what sort of data came in through employee satisfaction surveys, managers can decide to take actions based on their performance and requirements if any.
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