Performance Review Tips To Improve Employee Experience[Infographic]

by Srikant Chellappa Sep 12,2021

The People Strategy Leaders Podcast

with Srikant Chellappa, CEO

Employee experience is something organizations should pay a lot more attention to.

Employee experience is the sum of all the things the employee experience at work. This could encompass a wide variety of factors, such as feedback, performance reviews, frequent communication, opportunity to grow, poor work environment, bad management, etc.

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An employee’s experience decides whether they will continue to stay at an organization or move on. It can also determine how many people they are willing to refer to jobs within the organization or whether they warn them away. Therefore, it is important for organizations to create a positive and rewarding employee experience for employees.

One of the things that can greatly influence employee experience is performance reviews. Performance reviews encompass a gamut of factors, such as feedback, career growth, development, praise, etc. These have a direct impact on an employee’s experience.

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As such, it is important to create a good performance review culture, especially one that makes employees feel like it is enhancing their time at the organization, instead of making them feel like they need to flee as soon as they can.

This infographic gives 5 performance review tips that can help improve employee experience.

Performance Review Employee Experience Infographic

Also Read: Performance Reviews : A Manager’s Guide

Do you have any other performance review tips in mind? Let us know in comments.

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Srikant Chellappa
CEO & Co-Founder of Engagedly

Srikant Chellappa is the Co-Founder and CEO at Engagedly and is a passionate entrepreneur and people leader. He is an author, producer/director of 6 feature films, a music album with his band Manchester Underground, and is the host of The People Strategy Leaders Podcast. He is currently working on his next book, Ikigai at the Workplace, which is slated for release in the fall of 2024.

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