People Management Overview

You have these opportunities to outline the performance expectations of a worker:

  • When you describe the job (job description) for which you want to hire
  • When hiring the worker
  • After hiring the worker—when you first communicate the objectives for a given time period (performance plan)
  • When you providing ongoing feedback (informal review or coaching)
  • When you formally evaluate whether the worker met the objectives (appraisal)
  • When you assist a worker in setting a career development plan.

The next sections describe each of these opportunities.

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