BSBHRM403A: Support the Performance Management Process
Organisations such as BHP would operate a number of different performance appraisal methods. In order to ensure the success of the method implemented certain processes need to be in place.
Outline the processes and documentation an organisation such as BHP would need to have in place to successfully implement performance management.
The successful implementation of a performance management system in a medium to large organisation (such as BHP) would require the company to develop a multi-faceted process with solid and consistent documentation.
A Performance Management System must always begin with the analysis of the organisations goals and remain in keeping with that strategic direction. From this begins a process of developing stages;
These include position analysis to develop a position description (PD). This document will be used to guide the interview process to employ the most suitable person for the position. It also forms the basis for informing the employee of their duties and responsibilities, of which, will be used within the appraisal process.
The appraisal process is another stage of the Performance Management System and begins with the development of performance indicators and sometimes includes performance standards. These indicators are documented and used as a measurement of employee’s performance during the formal appraisal period. They are also used if and when a reward process is part of the Performance Management System. Allowing the employee to have a clear understanding as to what performance is required to access the reward and what will happen when underperformance is delivered.
The Performance Appraisal Meeting is conducted to monitor the performance objectives and provide feedback to the employees. Here it is imperative to use consistent documentation so as to equitably allow each employee access to fair and dependable feedback and rewards. Follow...