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How the Pandemic Impacts Performance Management in Organizations?

HR Tech Outlook | Friday, May 21, 2021

People who choose not to go the extra mile will be challenged on their commitment when businesses depend on proactivity, which will reflect on their assessment.

Fremont, CA: The Covid-19 virus was a game-changer and disruptor. It's unprecedented, and it's forced us to reconsider how we live and function.

Compassion and Empathy to Play an Important Role

When assessing efficiency, organizations can integrate newfound values such as confidence and transparency.

Mishra, on the other hand, emphasizes the importance of distinguishing between a personal and professional approach. A manager should be kind and sympathetic to his staff, but he must also make tough choices that may not be in their best interests. Professionally, even a close friend and team member might have to be let go, but personally, the manager must provide him with a few works leads.

Passive Workers Will Be Challenged

Every worker in every sector, regardless of functional obligation, plays a business role. This is because organizations in all industries are focused on keeping alive and progressing one inch at a time. Employees have gone above and beyond their call of duty to make their bosses' lives easier and to help the company.

There are many workers who would not cross silos to assist others, despite having much less on their plate than others. People who choose not to go the extra mile will be challenged on their commitment when businesses depend on proactivity, which will reflect on their assessment.

Managers Will Redesign Goals to Suit the Current Crisis

Employees would not be evaluated solely on the basis of their functional roles. The current situation is different. Not all positions have jobs, and most have much less work than they will on a typical workday. Furthermore, in many instances, workers go out of their way to support the organization.

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