From basic details to score settings, and from deliverables to the timeline, each section plays an important role in ensuring a productive and fair review process. By understanding these components, admins can collaborate effectively and create a transparent and actionable Performance Snapshot.
This section is where you can find the fundamental details of the review cycle. It includes the name of the cycle, its description, and the frequency of the cycle. This is where you can define the overall purpose and scope of the review cycle.
This section includes a list of the employees who are participating in the review cycle in any role. It's important to have an accurate and up-to-date list of reviewees, as this will determine who will be evaluated during the review process.
Learn more about adding participants to a Review Cycle.
This section defines the roles that different participants can play in a review cycle. It also includes templates for reviews, which can be used to standardize the evaluation process and ensure that all reviewees are evaluated in the same way. This section is crucial for assigning roles and responsibilities to participants in the review cycle.
Learn more about different roles participants can play as Reviewers in a cycle.
This section lets the user define how (or if at all) the scores would be reported at the end of a cycle. It's important to set clear guidelines for scoring and reporting, as this ensures that the results of the review cycle are accurate and fair. This section is also where users can define the criteria and weightage for different evaluation metrics.
Learn more about Score Settings.
This section includes accessibility and visibility settings for the performance snapshot. It's important to make the performance snapshot accessible and visible to all relevant participants, as this ensures that the results of the review cycle are transparent and actionable. This section is also where users can define the format and content of the performance snapshot.
This section lets the users define the start and end dates of the overall cycle and individual parts within a cycle, such as peer nomination, peer reviews, manager reviews, and so on. It's important to have a clear timeline for the review cycle, as this ensures that all participants are aware of important dates and deadlines. This section is also where users can define the duration and frequency of the review cycle.
Learn more about editing or extending deadlines.