Some companies use a performance measurement process based on an employee reviewing their own performance. The self-appraisal is then read by the employee's manager, discussed and amended if necessary, and the manager would then approve the amended appraisal. I have heard friends and colleagues complain about this system.
Some of the complaints are that:
It is unnatural or uncomfortable for someone to review their own performance
This is a lazy process for managers to use, because the employee does all the 'work' for the review, and the manager only has to sign it off.
1. Has anyone experienced this self-review process? Did you think it was a good method of review, or did you dislike it? (90 words enough)
2. What are the benefits of self-review??
1. Has anyone experienced this self-review process? Did you think it was a good method of review, or did you dislike it?
I have experienced the self-review process and it has its pros and cons. I like it because it gave me the opportunity to express to management how hard I was excelling in my position. One manager could oversee 40 employees and it is difficult to properly see the employee perform his or ...
The solution discusses teh benefits (if any) of the Self Appraisal and Self Review Process.