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Managing performance at work can help an employer to deliver tasks and projects quickly and to the required standards. More reasons to get performance management arrangements right are available in our guidance:
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Managers should be given training on how to record performance so that it is done consistently across the organisation. You can download our draft 'record of performance' as a template:
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You can ask employees for their thoughts on how effective the performance management arrangements in place are by setting up an online forum or arranging a team meeting. More on getting performance management right here:
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Employees may feel more valued and appreciated for their efforts at work if they have regular performance meetings with their manager. This is also an opportunity to learn how their performance could be improved. Learn more:
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Organisations should provide adequate training for managers on how performance management should be approached. Without proper training, managers might not approach issues about performance in the same way:
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Acas Dec 12
Are all organisations using the same systems for performance management? Acas Chair, Sir Brendan Barber talks about the findings from our research and the importance of good performance management at work:
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Acas Dec 12
Measuring staff performance is about reflecting on what your employees do and how your employees do it. More on measuring staff performance here:
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Acas Dec 12
The three key values of effective performance management at work are transparency, consistency and fairness. Learn more about these values and getting performance management right here:
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Acas Dec 12
Replying to @MissHLVaughan
We don't have a service for this however we do have Helpline staff manning our Acas Facebook, you can send a private message to them for guidance
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Acas Dec 11
Employers should actively consider the diversity of their workforce when managing performance and ensure that their arrangements are fair to all staff, and in line with the Equality Act. Learn more here:
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Acas Dec 11
Acas Conciliator Gemma Bell blogs about her experience of sexuality at work and being disabled as part of the LGBT workplace story series :
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Acas Dec 11
Vague performance management guidelines could be interpreted differently from manager to manager, so clarity and consistency is important when it comes to getting performance management right. Learn more:
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Acas Dec 11
A SMART objectives framework can help employers set clear performance measurements. For more information, please download our tips for setting SMART performance objectives here:
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Acas Dec 11
Replying to @LivingWithDeprs
Hello, we have some general guidance on workplace bullying : , but we realise each situation is different. You may wish to call our helpline: or message our Facebook: to discuss this with a helpline adviser.
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Acas Dec 11
Replying to @sandra_conn29
Hello, if you would like to discuss an employment issue you may wish to contact our helpline: or alternatively you can message our Facebook which is manned by helpline advisers:
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Acas Dec 11
Are managers in your organisation talking to staff often enough? Managers should make time to have regular conversations with their team about staff development and what opportunities may be available. More on developing staff in our guide:
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Acas West Midlands Dec 7
Book early and join us at our Annual Conference - 13 March 2019! Confirm your place here:
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Acas Dec 11
Conversations about performance can be a good opportunity for employees to discuss any issues they are having at work or at home that are affecting their performance. Managers should be prepared to handle conversations like this. More info:
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Acas Dec 10
Join our free Winter Webinar on 11th December at 11 am covering a wide range of seasonal workplace place issues including adverse weather, handling sickness absence and leave requests. Book your free place now, by registering here:
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Acas Dec 10
Join our free on 11th December at 11 am covering a wide range of seasonal workplace place issues including adverse weather, handling sickness absence and leave requests. Book your free place now, by registering here:
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