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Performance Management System Simplifying the Goal Management and Analytics

Today with the increase in awareness of seeking opportunities for the profitability of the company has increased the awareness of increasing the performance of the employees. The potential of the employees has left underutilization till now due to the inability of tracking their performance and the data that enables the manager to analyze and find the loopholes that are affecting the performance of the employee. Conventional system simplified the human resource management a but still existed some of the incapabilities that become must-haves with the evolution of technology and also the need of competing to give their best in the domain and upscale. To increase the performance of the employees, it becomes necessary to provide them goals along with the deadlines that will motivate them to increase their daily contribution in the task to achieve the goal. A system that not only streamlines the process of goal management but also makes the feedbacks and reviews frequent, which in turn helps to build the trust factor of the employees. The employees feel it comfortable to share what they feel need to change for the betterment of the process. Further, it induces the decrease in employee turnover and an increase in profitability by streamlining the below process and improvising employee performance.

Goal Management

Having a goal induces the feeling of achieving it no matter what it takes, what if it also simplifies the task allocation. The conventional system has introduced a method of allocating task as per the number of employees. It does not induce productivity as not all the employees have the same capabilities or potential; some may feel it less work and others may get burdened. The employee gets frustrated due to the burden, and their potential is left underutilized. The employer never gets to know the real reason behind the underperformance of the employee and the employee’s knowledge will not be nurtured. With the implementation of the human resource management system that is facilitated with a robust performance management software enables the manager to let the employee define goals as per their capabilities. These goals can be modified and tracked by the manager to keep a check on the employees’ performance. The human resource management automated the process and eliminated the involvement of managers and employees in the repetitive administration tasks. It saves them the time that they can utilize in achieving a goal. The goals defined distributes the tasks evenly among the employees as per their potential and increases their morale as well as motivates them to complete the tasks before the deadlines. The goals will make the definition of variable pay component, i.e. KRA/KPI mores simpler for the manager and will add and justification to the salary paid to the employee based on their performance.

Analytics

The performance management system captures accurate activity records of the employee starting from the day they sign into the software. The data is available with the manager to analyze the performance of the employee to recognize the need for training as per the bifurcation of underperformers and good performers. The managers can instantly consult the employees whose performance is not upto the mark to recognize the real reason to increase the performance of the employee. Managers can take the help of artificial intelligence to schedule training for employees by analyzing their schedules and finding and appropriate time. The training provides the employee knowledge they were lacking, or the new advancements are done in the processes or product that would streamline the current methodologies. It makes the employees efficient enough to contribute more to the assigned task and increase the profitability in the company. Analysis can be fruitful when the employer and manager are capable of tracking the employees’ performance. The increase in transparency will give the idea of the amount of work left with the employees and the possibility of seeking new opportunities that employees will be able to handle and will increase the profitability of the company. The analysis also helps to find the loopholes in the current policy and the required modification that will curb the loophole. The data of the employee’s performance also makes the review process easier for the manager as they would have the amount of data they need for the analysis and find the requirement of change in the employee task or any improvement needed.

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Written by Shy Lee

Shy Lee is an Associate Digital Marketing Manager at factoHR , a India based hr and payroll software solution providers. A creative marketing strategist with over 8 years of experience developing digital marketing strategies and guiding business development

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