Employee Performance Case Study

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This study focuses on analyzing and exploring the impact of performance management system on employee performance. According to Chan and Lynn (1991), the organizational performance criteria should include profitability, productivity, marketing effectiveness, customer satisfaction, but also employee morale. In this perspective, employee performance is tightly related to organizational performance, effective and efficient employee performance will positively influence organizational performance. On the other view, Millar (2007) built a framework of talent management which consists of planning, recruiting, performance, learning, career development, succession planning, compensation, and measuring and reporting. In order to organize a company effectively,…show more content…
According to the resource-based view, employees are the resources and assets of an organization. Consequently, organizations need to figure out strategies for identifying, encouraging, measuring, evaluating, improving and rewarding employees' performance at work. According to this respect, performance management and appraisal systems have come to play an indispensable role in helping organizations to reach their goals of productivity (Stevers & Joyce, 2000). In fact, human resource management practices could influence the behaviors of individual employees. The impact of Human Resources (HR) practices on employees' commitment and performance depends on employees' perception and evaluation of these practices (Guest,…show more content…
What is employee performance? How to measure employee performance? How does the performance management system influence employee performance? -how does setting objectives influence employee performance? -how do continuous communication, seeking feedback, coaching activities influence employee performance? -how do personnel development, evaluation, pay-for-performance influence employee performance? Literature review: In order to answer these questions, I need to do a literature review which a body of text that aims to review the critical points of current knowledge including substantive findings as well as theoretical and methodological contributions to a particular topic. Initially, in 2.1 I will introduce the definition about performance management, and 2.2 is the literature review about performance management system which made up of three stages: developing and planning performance, managing and reviewing performance and rewarding performance. Then, there will be an extensive literature review about employee performance and measurement, also the nature of relationship between each stage in performance management system and employee performance. Performance

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