We recently released a new version of PerformanceHub which includes support for One-to-one meetings. You can enable this feature at any time. One-to-one meetings are widely acknowledged as a critical mechanism for ensuring effective communication up and down the organisation, and for building employee engagement.
In this post we give an overview of this new feature.
When you enable this feature, you get to specify the default meeting interval:
Managers can choose to change the meeting frequency on a per-direct-report basis.
After having a one-to-one meeting, the manager and/or the direct report can record meeting notes:
Both parties don’t have to record notes. For example a manager may ask her direct reports to write up their meetings, and only add her own notes where she wants to add something to the record.
After confirming a meeting, you’ll automatically get an entry for your next meeting, with a tentative date (based on the meeting frequency):
You can record notes in this placeholder, for example as part of your preparation, or to build up a list of topics during the time between meetings.
The meeting record for a past meeting is locked 7 days after you confirm the meeting. These meeting notes form part of the historical record for employees, so it’s important that neither party can go back and change the record long after the event. A meeting record is locked even if neither party has recorded any notes.
HR have an interface for browsing all employees, and seeing the meeting configuration at a glance:
From this HR can see where meetings are overdue, and where managers have changed the meeting interval from the default they set. Clicking on the View button against an employee brings up a meeting viewer, which lets HR page through the meeting records:
PerformanceHub is always evolving, and most of that is driven by customer needs and feedback. Please let us know what you think of this feature, and share any ideas for improving it.