Performance Management and Total Rewards

 

Performance reviews provide competency-based standards for reviewers to appropriately measure employee performance.

Use of competency-based performance reviews delivers the following benefits:

 

Objective Performance Reviews

Many organizations have a subjective performance management process, lacking clear standards for reviewers and transparency for reviewees. By defining and assessing performance against role-based competencies, organizations and employees can have confidence in their performance reviews.

 

Performance-Based Compensation & Rewards

Many employees lack clear performance incentives given pay is often determined by market forces, with jobs placed in a pay range prior to an employee's hiring. By appropriately linking compensation & rewards to competency-based development and performance, organizations can see measurable improvements in individual and organizational performance

 

 

 

Simple, Frequent Performance Assessments

Many reviewees complain about the lack of transparency into individual performance other than annual reviews, while many reviewers struggle with the overhead of frequent performance feedback. By defining role-based competencies and using competency assessments and performance reviews, organizations and employees can benefit through simple, frequent performance feedback.

 

Aligned Reviewee and Reviewer Expectations

Employees and their managers often have misaligned expectations on what is required for high-performance. Defining clear, competency-based performance objectives ensures that both reviewers and reviewees can speak the same language and have a common understanding on performance expectations.

 

 

Rich Performance Data & Analytics

Many organizations lack the data to assess talent performance in the current year, let alone a complete "talent lifecycle" snapshot. A competency-based approach generates an performance framework and the data necessary to analyze talent performance and the talent lifecycle.

 

Clear Understanding of Employee Performance

Many organizations lack a clear understanding of employee performance. By using competencies as the glue between talent management processes, performance management and total rewards professionals can integrate with employee development and create effective performance reviews to measure employee progression and performance.

 

 

 

Objective 360 Multi-Rater Assessments

Many organizations either fail to obtain a holistic sense of individual performance or do so in an improper way, resulting in subjective feedback. Research indicates that performance input from multiple raters adds value when managed properly, and subjectivity can be reduced through use of competency-based criteria for evaluation.

 

 

 CTK Resources  The CTK Difference

 

CTK provides quality, affordable performance review resources to aid your talent management initiatives, including pre-built performance reviews, services, software and toolkits

 

 

With CTK's deep experience, network of experts and history of success, you can have confidence in our performance reviews. Our expert, affordable performance reviews will save you time & money and provide the quality you need for effective talent performance.

 

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Performance Reviews Overview & Benefits

Performance Management and Total Rewards

 

Performance reviews provide competency-based standards for reviewers to appropriately measure employee performance.

Use of competency-based performance reviews delivers the following benefits:

 

Objective Performance Reviews

Many organizations have a subjective performance management process, lacking clear standards for reviewers and transparency for reviewees. By defining and assessing performance against role-based competencies, organizations and employees can have confidence in their performance reviews.

 

Performance-Based Compensation & Rewards

Many employees lack clear performance incentives given pay is often determined by market forces, with jobs placed in a pay range prior to an employee's hiring. By appropriately linking compensation & rewards to competency-based development and performance, organizations can see measurable improvements in individual and organizational performance

 

 

 

Simple, Frequent Performance Assessments

Many reviewees complain about the lack of transparency into individual performance other than annual reviews, while many reviewers struggle with the overhead of frequent performance feedback. By defining role-based competencies and using competency assessments and performance reviews, organizations and employees can benefit through simple, frequent performance feedback.

 

Aligned Reviewee and Reviewer Expectations

Employees and their managers often have misaligned expectations on what is required for high-performance. Defining clear, competency-based performance objectives ensures that both reviewers and reviewees can speak the same language and have a common understanding on performance expectations.

 

 

Rich Performance Data & Analytics

Many organizations lack the data to assess talent performance in the current year, let alone a complete "talent lifecycle" snapshot. A competency-based approach generates an performance framework and the data necessary to analyze talent performance and the talent lifecycle.

 

Clear Understanding of Employee Performance

Many organizations lack a clear understanding of employee performance. By using competencies as the glue between talent management processes, performance management and total rewards professionals can integrate with employee development and create effective performance reviews to measure employee progression and performance.

 

 

 

Objective 360 Multi-Rater Assessments

Many organizations either fail to obtain a holistic sense of individual performance or do so in an improper way, resulting in subjective feedback. Research indicates that performance input from multiple raters adds value when managed properly, and subjectivity can be reduced through use of competency-based criteria for evaluation.

 

 

 CTK Resources  The CTK Difference

 

CTK provides quality, affordable performance review resources to aid your talent management initiatives, including pre-built performance reviews, services, software and toolkits

 

 

With CTK's deep experience, network of experts and history of success, you can have confidence in our performance reviews. Our expert, affordable performance reviews will save you time & money and provide the quality you need for effective talent performance.

 

 Can't Find What You Need?

 

CTK is committed to your satisfaction. If you can't find what you need, contact us and we'll be happy to either provide what you need, or connect you with someone who can.