I am developing a appraisal system for our managerial and non managerial employees. I am looking for help regarding potential appraisal of employees where from we could find out suitable candidate for promotion.
Kindly help in this area.
Thank you

From India, Calcutta
Hello Rik, Your question is fairly general, so this answer is also quite general.

You talent recognition process could be an integral part of your existing performance appraisal process or an additional process.

As part of the existing process, identify the qualities and achievements that you need in the people to be promoted. Ensure that these qualities and achievements are included in your existing rating forms. At the end of the rating period, review all of the performance evaluations and separate out those that meet your criteria for possible promotion.

As an additional process, at the end of the rating period, gather all of the managers/supervisors together in a meeting. Ensure that they bring to the meeting names of possible candidates and have reviewed the qualities and achievements that you need in the people to be promoted. Ask managers/supervisors to discuss each proposed candidate in turn and arrive at a consensus of suitable promotions.

Vicki Heath

Human Resources Software and Resources

From Australia, Melbourne
hi sir,
im student of MBA,n looking forward for good future in HR , i just want to know what are the criteria,measures,n role of potential appraisal in IT organisation and who all can be appraised through. is there any level predefined for it . n wat r the other steps taken , i mean after potential appraisal how performance audit is done.n wat all IT firms r practising potantial appraisal technique.
plz reply.
this perticular question is screwing my mind from soo...many days..i was not getting the right person to get knowledge.
thanking you,

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