An employee performance review is an evaluation of an employee’s job performance. It may be conducted by the supervisor or another higher-up in the organization. The review usually includes a discussion of both strong and weak points and goals for improvement. It can be a formal or informal process but should always be constructive and focused on helping the employee improve their performance.
Performance feedback examples can vary based on the employee’s job role and responsibilities. However, some general feedback examples may include the following:
It’s important to approach an appraisal discussion with the manager with a positive attitude and an open mind. Remember, the goal of the meeting is to discuss your progress and potential areas for development.
Here are a few tips to help make the most of your appraisal meeting after the year-end review: