The PeoplePerform Module consists of 4 main parts.

Talking regularly and having an open communication channel will help your employees and their teams perform at their highest levels. 1on1s improve employee happiness and help surface issues or problems in your team early on. If done well, 1-on-1s will steer your team in the right direction, build a cohesive culture, and ensure that your direct reports can grow and achieve their career goals.


OKRs stand for “Objectives and Key Results.” It is a collaborative goal-setting methodology used by teams and individuals to set challenging, ambitious goals with measurable results. OKRs are how you track progress, create alignment, and encourage engagement around measurable goals.


A key performance indicator (KPI) is a measurable value that demonstrates how effectively a company is achieving key business objectives. Organizations use KPIs to evaluate success at reaching targets. High-level KPIs may focus on the overall performance of the business, while low-level KPIs may focus on processes across departments like sales, marketing, HR, or support.

Performance Review

Performance reviews are a foundational way to leverage talent, understand needs and opportunities, and gather intelligence for making connections with employees and larger organizational strategies. They also play a central role in empowering employees by helping reach their fullest potential.

Now let’s go to the Performance tab of the panel to deal with this module.


On this page, you can find a dashboard for 1-on-1s and Objectives.

This dashboard will show you widgets of:

- Statuses of all Objectives in your organization (On track, Behind, At Risk)
- Objectives by Alignment (achievement percentage by objective types)
- Statistics

1-on-1s widgets will show you widgets of:

- 1-on-1s by types
- Meetings scheduled and completed
- Statistics

Important! Don't forget to apply a Date Range, so you can check Statistics for the certain period of time.

Setting up 1-on-1 meetings

Open 1-on-1 tab in the Performance tab. Here you can find all 1-on-1s created in your account for all the employees.

We also have a concept of 1-on-1s Types. This is needed for understanding the topic of the meeting, so you even should not open it. Also, you can choose an employee from the filter and understand the full history of communication with him/her.

1-on-1 Creation

To create the meeting with employee, you can use:

1-on-1s dashboard:

Quick button on the top of any page in PeopleForce

From the Employee Personal Profile--->**Performance** Tab

The creation is quite simple. Just choose the employee, date and time of the meeting.

After you click save, the page with the meeting agenda will be opened. There you can list Talking Points and Action Items. You can assign a responsible person to action items. To do this, when adding an action item, select an employee in the drop-down list and save the item. You can choose between two meeting participants. Or, you can hide some of them with "Private" option.

Don't forget to choose the 1-on-1 Type.

Keep in mind: the employee will not see the type before 1-on-1 starts.

You can also choose a 1-on-1 Template to automate your creation process.

1-on-1s Templates

This option can be used if you have a particular agenda that should be used in certain 1-on-1 meetings. For this, you should go to Settings ---> PeoplePerform.

Once you create all needed templates, your employees can use them while creating their 1-on-1s meetings. All the templates will be displayed in the list, and also employees will be able to click on each template to check all talking points created and also will have the ability to add extra points.

Besides this, there are notes that could be left after 1-on-1 is finished:
- Shared notes (visible for Creator, Employee, and Admin)
- Private notes (visible only for the Creator)
- Comments (for an employee to leave his/her own thoughts)

After the employee saves the created 1-on-1, the system will send an invitation to the employee's email, and he will have the ability to add it to his/her calendar (if they do not have PeopleForce Calendar integration set up)

Also, when editing a 1-on-1 meeting, you can change the order of action items as needed. Please note that all changes are now automatically saved. We took care of it just in case something urgently needed to be noted during the meeting.

Configuring Objectives

Here is the Objectives tab where you can manage all Objectives in your organization.
There are 5 types of Objectives:

- Company-Wide
- Location
- Division
- Department
- Individual

These types give the ability to build a relationship between Objectives and create a moving tree that will be managed by each employee's performance.

There is also a filter here, which you can use to manage all of this information. You can find an
objective by owner, name, status, etc. There are also four statuses: (open, overdue, closed, and archived).

You can create a new objective from the Employee Profile, from Quick Action button, and from Objectives management page.
What needs to be done to create an objective:

- Objective name
- Owner
- Type
- Choose parent objective (if you need to build a relationship)
- Add Key Results (what needs to be done to achieve the objective)
- Add a period of time when the objective need to be closed

IMPORTANT! Objective can have just ONE owner, so just one employee should be responsible to close it. If you want to create an Objective for a group of people, create one main Objective and add child Objectives for the rest of the team members.

This is how the Objective page looks like from the Employee Profile. He/she will see all key results and also can manage them and make progress. Also, it's possible to apply the status on each Key Result and the worst status of Key Result will be applied on the whole Objective Status.

It's also the ability for employees to close the Objective when it's done and access his result.

It is also very important to track employees changing the progress of Objectives in time, and to make sure all the information is up-to-date. That is why in General Settings, it is an option to set up a Check-In frequency.


On the KPI tab you will be able to see all the KPIs across your organization and can be filtered by Type and Owner.

To create a KPI you need to add a Name, Type, Unit and Owner.

To set up numbers for each month, you need to open the created KPI and add the needed value for each month.

To update your monthly reached target you can press the button "Update Progress" and fill out your result and indicate the date.

IMPORTANT! You can update the result just till the current period NOT for the future.

KPIs will also be available in Employee Profile in Performance tab and can be added there too.

Performance Review

Performance review is quite a big functionality that allows to organize the full cycle of the employee review process. The article about this process you can find here!

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