On one hand, performance evaluation helps to assess the training and developmental needs for future career growth of the individual employee. For example, a supervisor tells an HR generalist which HR functions he should focus on to move to his next career stage as HR manager. On the other hand, when company-wide performance evaluation results are analyzed, you can get a picture of overall training needs—for individual departments or the entire organization. This helps the company upgrade the skills of its workforce to remain competitive in today’s fast-changing world. For example, organizations can develop training programs for all employees to learn new office software, social media, or equipment based on company-wide performance evaluation results.
You are here: / / / Tip 7: Performance evaluation can identify training and career development needs for individual employees, for departments, and for the entire organization by using consolidated appraisal data.