Personel assessment

Personel assessment
In today's competitive environment, any company must optimize both material and human resources to achieve maximum results.  Staff effectiveness requires constant monitoring and assessment. Personnel assessment methods make it possible to increase work efficiency, and improve the motivational component and communication links.
A personnel assessment system can be conditionally divided into two broad categories:
  • Work assessment
  • Personnel assessment
 Work assessment examines the difference between real indicators of quantity, quality and intensity of work on the one hand, and planned and prescribed ones on the other hand. The scope of each employee's work is usually regulated by a plan or program. In this case, work assessment allows an assessment of the employee's achievement of existing indicators and set goals.
Personnel assessment is an analysis of both individual characteristics, i.e., qualifications, skills, motivation, etc., and group features, that is an evaluation of communication and behavioral models. In addition, personnel assessment involves identifying potential opportunities for the development prospects of employees.
One of the main tasks of a personnel assessment system is the analysis of employee turnover in the company. A high level of employee turnover has an extremely negative impact on the overall integrity and sustainability of the company. This process has negative consequences, both in a formal sense and in terms of the formation of corporate and organizational culture.
Personnel assessment methods are based on psychological, sociological and sociometric analogues. The most popular methods are questionnaires, interviews, group assessment methods, the so-called 360 degree assessment method, testing and business games. Personnel assessment is most often based not on one particular method but on an integrated approach that makes it possible to obtain a full picture of reality.
Personnel assessment criteria can be divided into several subgroups:
  • professional skills, which include qualifications, professional knowledge and skills.
  • business qualities, such as self-discipline, independence, responsibility, initiative, etc.
  • psychological and moral characteristics, that is balance, adequacy of self-esteem, justice, honesty and others.
  • individual criteria based on the character traits, personality, authority of a particular person.
Personnel assessment results in a full analysis of the information obtained during the study and the corresponding conclusions concerning the criteria specified at the start of the work. The findings are used to develop recommendations. They are normally aimed at improving the efficiency of work, motivation and developing corporate culture.


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