An Important Aspect of Performance management for Managing the Efficiency of Employees in an Organization
ResumenBetween an employee and a supervisor an ongoing communication process that develop for supporting of accomplishing the defined target of an organ- ization is known as performance management. The process of communica- tion include providing feedback, clarifying expectations, reviewing results, identifying goals and setting objectives. The performance management sys- tem also measures the performance of an employee in an organization. For managing the efficiency of an employee is continually review and monitor the work of the employee.
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