Plan and monitor the performance and achievements of employees
People Performance Management (PPM) is a process by which managers and employees work together to plan, monitor and evaluate an employee’s work outputs linked to their job description and organisation objectives. Executed properly, PPM is a continuous process of determining Key Performance Areas, setting objectives, assessing progress and providing on-going interventions to ensure that employees achieve their fullest potential. In many organizations though, People Performance Management is no more than a periodical exercise of calculating rewards based on non-transparent criteria that lack alignment with the strategy of the organization.
This way, a performance appraisal fails to add value to the organization and can easily become a catalyst for friction, discouragement and increased employee turnover. We offer an easy to use solution that allows organisations to turn People Performance Management into a continuously value-adding asset to the organization by aligning workforce performance with corporate objectives, making the incentives system transparent, motivating employees and saving manager and the Human Resources team’s time and effort by fully automating much of the personnel management work they now do manually.
PPM offers your managers an easy to use system that they can access through their web browser to monitor and evaluate the performance of individuals, teams and departments, to coach people, generate performance appraisal reports, and publish and share these online, or in Microsoft Word or PowerPoint formats. PPM always delivers up-to-date information and presents it in appropriate formats to improve uptake, such as dashboards, scorecards and talent maps. Employees each get a personal dashboard where they obtain insight in their progress toward set targets and related incentives levels.
They can update their performance and achievements, view their performance data where it is obtained from business systems such as for example CRM or ERP systems, learn about new tasks assigned to them, access their performance appraisal reports and understand how their performance compares to others in the organisation.