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    Default Re: Rating the performance of your subordinate

    We have this system in place but we do it on a monthly basis. The rating is based on KRAs/KPIs that is made clear to the employees from the get go. The employee would rate himself/herself initially but it's the manager that finalizes the rating. The rating standards are quite clear and are predetermined during the annual business planning. Each employee would have his/her own KPIs based on the position or role. Doing this on a monthly basis ensures that concerns are immediately addressed. There's a twist here, though. While the manager is the one who gives the final rating, the rating of the subordinates constitute 20% of the rating of the manager. That's because the manager is ultimately responsible for the performance of the staff.

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    Default Re: Rating the performance of your subordinate

    Rating of subordinates by the superiors if done under a healthy working environment will be a welcome development. We all know what sometimes go on at the offices, some superiors protect their position badly, they see their subordinates as potential threat. In such a scenario it maybe hard to get a good rating from the superiors. Instead of workers rating workers I'll advocate for clients or customers play a role in doing that too. After being treated by a worker pass a paper to the customer for a minute rating of the services he/she got.

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    Default Re: Rating the performance of your subordinate

    This is a very complicated process, after all, judging someone (even if it is only on the question of performance at work) is something that requires a lot of care and attention. But one of the ways I think it's fairer is to evaluate them for their achievements (not forgetting the mistakes, of course) because I think this demonstrates a sense of justice for both parts.

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