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Steps for the manager throughout the review cycle
Steps for the manager throughout the review cycle

Find out how a manager can manage the process of subordinates' performance review

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In the "Me" -> "Review" tab, the manager has the ability to review the results before they are shared.

''Overview'' tab

The "Overview" tab provides the manager with an overview of the actions to be taken during the evaluation cycle. In the context of a 360 evaluation cycle, the manager can take the following steps:

1. Complete a self-assessment:

- Conduct an objective assessment of their own work.

- Identify their strengths as well as areas for further development.

2. Write your manager reviews:

- Evaluate the performance of the subordinates, providing an objective assessment of their contributions and achievements.

3. Write your peer reviews:

- Fill out evaluations for colleagues the manager was nominated for.

- Maintain fairness and objectivity while assessing their contributions and level of cooperation.

4. Submit peer nominations:

- Depending on the selected settings during review setup, the manager has the ability to approve or reject the list of selected colleagues for evaluating their subordinates or personally select colleagues for evaluating subordinates.

5. Write your upward review:

- Conduct an objective review of your own manager, using honest and well-founded assessments.

By following these steps, the manager can effectively manage the evaluation process and ensure a fair and comprehensive assessment of their subordinates and themselves.

''Peer nominators'' tab

If the "Only manager or HR select peers" feature was enabled during the review setup, the manager can assign colleagues to evaluate their subordinates.

''Write review'' tab

In the "Write reviews" tab, the manager can perform the following actions:

1. In the "Your review" section, the manager can complete a self-assessment by evaluating their own competencies and work performance. This allows them to identify strengths and weaknesses and improve their work.

2. In the "Manager's review" section, the managers will find a list of all their subordinates. Here, they can review the following results for each subordinate:

- The manager can review the self-assessment results of their subordinates in the "Self" tab. If a subordinate has not completed the review, the manager can send reminders using the "Send nudge" button.

- In the "Manager" tab, the manager can evaluate the work of each of their subordinates.

- In the "Peers" tab, the manager has the ability to review the evaluation results of each of their subordinates assessed by nominated colleagues.

3. In the "Upward review" section, the manager can evaluate their own manager.

Getting to know the results

After the review's results have been shared, the manager can review their own results in the "My Results" tab.

Additionally, in the "Overview" section, the manager can find the "My direct reports results" tab, where they can review the results of their direct subordinates.

With the review results, as a manager, you can conduct 1-on-1 meetings with each of your subordinates. These meetings are intended to discuss the obtained results and identify methods for improving their work. This can be a great opportunity for feedback, clarification, and setting new goals for the further development of employees.

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