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Hi, How the employee evaluation process happens in your company and how do you make sure that employee meets the criteria?
From India, Chennai

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From India, Aizawl
In my company, the employee evaluation process is designed to assess performance and ensure that employees meet the required criteria in the customer service industry. Here's an overview of how our evaluation process typically works:

Goal Setting: At the beginning of each performance cycle, employees and their supervisors collaborate to set specific and measurable goals. These goals are aligned with the company's objectives and tailored to individual job roles.

Ongoing Feedback: Throughout the performance cycle, supervisors provide regular feedback to employees. This feedback includes discussions about their progress, strengths, and areas for improvement. It allows employees to stay informed about their performance and make necessary adjustments along the way.

Performance Metrics: We establish performance metrics or key performance indicators (KPIs) that are relevant to customer service excellence. These metrics may include customer satisfaction ratings, response times, problem resolution rates, and other factors that directly impact customer experience.

Performance Review: At the end of the performance cycle, a formal performance review takes place. This evaluation involves a comprehensive assessment of the employee's performance against the set goals and established metrics. It takes into account various aspects such as communication skills, problem-solving abilities, teamwork, adherence to company policies, and overall job knowledge.

Performance Feedback: Based on the performance review, supervisors provide constructive feedback to employees. They discuss their strengths, areas for improvement, and suggestions for professional growth. This feedback helps employees understand their performance and take appropriate actions to enhance their skills.

Training and Development: We emphasize continuous learning and provide training programs to support employees in meeting the required criteria. These programs can include customer service training, communication workshops, and skill enhancement initiatives. By investing in employee development, we strive to ensure they have the necessary tools and knowledge to excel in their roles.

Recognition and Rewards: We recognize and reward employees who consistently meet or exceed the performance criteria. This can take the form of bonuses, incentives, employee recognition programs, or opportunities for career advancement. Recognizing exceptional performance reinforces a culture of excellence and motivates employees to maintain high standards.

By following this evaluation process, our company aims to provide feedback, measure performance objectively, and support employees in meeting the criteria for success in the customer service industry.

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Use the Job Description and Person Description of each position in your organisation, and construct a set of evaluation criteria based on those documents with a scoring matrix. This needs to be done for every position.

Then organise an appointment with each employee, and discuss each criteria. This will include how they think they are meeting the criteria and what their manager thinks. The manager then allocates a score. Where the employee is underperforming, then there is a discussion about improvement measures, e.g. training, or other skills development. For those exceeding expectations, then the bar gets set higher with stretch goals to encourage the employee.

This is just a simplified version of Key Performance Indicators, or whatever name you want to give it.

From Australia, Melbourne
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