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Factory Hr Manager
Employees may write about their achievements in the Performance Appraisal(PA) of a specific performance cycle. This cycle could be for three or six months or a year. No need to devise separate form. It is not desirable to create a number of forms.
For Pragati: - Why you would like to introduce self-assessment in the performance appraisal? In your company, are employees mature enough to do this? What if the employee awards himself 100% marks but manager awards say, 60%? How would you resolve conflict in such case? Self-assessment forms are fine but you need to train each employee on certain set of competencies. Further, these competencies are to be divided into various levels like basic, learner, advanced, expert etc. Accurate assessment of the level is of the utmost importance. If not done that then self-assessment forms may become counter-productive and could become a source of demotivation. Please take into account this risk before introduction of this form.
7th November 2017 From India, Bangalore
Have you done a proper competency mapping exercise for your organization?
If the answer is yes - As Dinesh suggested you need not create multiple forms. The employees can map their achievements against the competencies (functional and/or behavioral) and showcase them during their review.
If the answer is no - You have 2 options 1) Go for a formal competency mapping exercise or 2) Make a format and ask them to map their achievements against the goals/KRAs set at the beginning of the year and use this format to showcase accomplishment against goals/KRAs during the reviews
What you are trying to do is a variant of Critical Incident Technique. You may read up more on this technique to get some insights.
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10th November 2017 From India, Jabalpur