Companies that operate on project schedules often struggle with traditional performance management. Because project timelines rarely align with performance review cycles, it can be difficult to engage supervisors, project managers and employees in the performance feedback and coaching they need to succeed during and after key projects. Trying to keep up with project reviews and other off-cycle assessments is also a nightmare for managers and human resources…until now.
|Allow staff to launch project reviews at any time – before, during or after key projects.||Set and track project goals, expectations and milestones to ensure employees are aligned and on-track.||Document feedback and observations from multiple sources for a 360° view of performance.||Give employees the timely feedback and frequent check-ins needed to deliver on project goals.||Centralize all project performance records for helpful insight and to help managers to assess overall performance.|
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Join us for a live tour of emPerform’s newest feature for helping project and hourly-based organizations give users the power to launch their own fully automated and tailored project reviews and/or appraisal forms in seconds. In this webinar, you’ll hear from emPerform, a leading performance management solution provider, how you can drastically improve how your organization approaches performance management and project reviews:
With 100% flexibility, you can design project reviews to suit your company’s unique needs.
We live in an exciting time where traditional company hierarchies and reporting structures are giving way to more flexible and fluid cross-functional teams. These dynamic project teams don’t fit into HR’s traditional structure and so it can be challenging to ensure employees are getting fair and complete input from the people working with them.
Augment your company’s annual appraisal cycle and transform how your matrix-style organization approached performance management. With emPerform, anyone involved in managing the work and performance of an employee take an active role in developing that employee.