One of the leading global provider of insurance, annuities and employee benefit programs, serving 90 million customers in over 60 countries. Holding the leading market positions in the United States, Japan, Latin America, Asia Pacific, Europe and the Middle East, through its subsidiaries and affiliates. With a strong commit to providing the highest quality products and services through the integrity and ethical practices of its employees and business partners.
It is very important for corporations to develop and implement a highly productive and participative management work system. Design and evaluate employee incentive programs, which provide the highest favorable cost and benefit impact on employee attendance. Improve employee morale and job satisfaction through an employee and management-driven change initiative. As well as gaining a competitive edge by aligning programs with the company's strategy, structure and employee needs. The Performance Development Process (PDP) has been designed to help employees maximize their contribution to the business and develop your potential. Enabling them to focus effectively on business objectives, be proactive in responding to changes in the business environment, ensures accountability for business results while developing to their full potential. As a result of a growing organizational focus on the importance of performance appraisal interviews for employee performance and development, there have been an increasing number of studies dealing with issues related to performance appraisal interviews in recent years (Asmuß, 2008).
Performance development process (PDP)
PDP is a formal cyclical process that extends over a year period and has three distinctive phases. These phases are aligned to important business activities such as business planning and business reviews. Phase 1: Performance and Development planning, otherwise known as objective and goal setting. Phase 2: The Mid-...