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    what are the three primary communication areas that a performance management system (PMS) should address?
    What are the most effective ways for these areas to be communicated to managers and employees?
    Why it is important for each employee to understand his or her role in the performance management system?

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    http://hrcouncil.ca/hr-toolkit/keeping-people-performance-management.cfm

    http://www.managementstudyguide.com/objectives-of-performance-management.htm

    http://www.gallup.com/businessjournal/161546/performance-management-system-needs.aspx

    what are the three primary communication areas that a performance management system (PMS) should address?

    The three primary communication areas in any PMS include planning, monitoring, and reviewing employee performance wherein the organization must consistently communicate to employees what is expected from them when planning a strategy, coach and mentor them while monitoring, and provide employee appraisals to review their performance at the end of the year.
    In reference to planning, management must coordinate and communicate with employees to determine the qualifications and specific skills that the employee has in order to deduce whether the employee possesses the skillset for the position that they may work in or if they need to be placed in another ...

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    Performance management system (PMS) is examined. The primary communication areas are examined.

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