How to Tell if Your Performance Review Process is Ineffective

by David Creelman on November 17, 2016

Is your performance management process supporting the needs of your employees and your government agency? This checklist will help you find out.For maximum success, public sector agencies should continuously improve their HR processes – and performance management is no exception. Following guidelines for reviewing your evaluation process will help you identify what's going well and where your performance review process needs improvements the most.

You can ensure your performance review system is effective by working through a few items on this checklist each year. Each item describes:

  • What to look for
  • How to find it
  • How to address problems

Ready to get started? Keep reading to diagnose the health and effectiveness of your employee performance evaluation process.

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A great performance review process goes a long way in supporting the success of your employees and your agency. Learn more about automating and standardizing your review process with employee performance review software today. 

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David Creelman

David Creelman is CEO of Creelman Research. He studies the pressing issues in managing talent and culture. His most recent book, with John Boudreau and Ravin Jesuthasan is “Lead the Work: Navigating a world beyond employment.”

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