New Features: Success Criteria and New Appraisal Dashboard

Happy new year to you!

We’re starting the new year with two updates to PerformanceHub. The first is an optional feature you can enable that adds success criteria to objectives and the second is a new, appraisal manager.

Success Criteria
To help employees write better objectives, we have introduced a new optional feature that adds an objective’s success criteria to the objective details.

The feature is disabled by default, so objectives continue to look like this:
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(Note, that in this release we have also changed the prompt text to give users better guidance.)

But if you enable the feature, then objectives get a new success criteria text field, like this:
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The field is optional, so employees don’t have to fill it in if they don’t feel the need.

If you want to enable success criteria for your organisation and you have HR Admin rights, then follow these steps:

  1. Login
  2. Click on your name on the top right
  3. Select Configuration from the drop-down menu
  4. On the Setup tab, scroll to the Objectives section
  5. Tick the Success criteria checkbox
  6. Save your changes

You can disable the feature at any time. If an objective had a success criteria defined when you disabled the feature, the criteria will still be visible, but new objectives or existing ones that didn’t have criteria won’t.

Appraisal Manager
We have improved the Appraisals Manager to make it faster, sortable and searchable.

To access the appraisal manager, click on your name, select Employees from the drop-down menu and then click on Appraisals on the green menu bar.

You can sort on any column (or even multiple columns by shift-clicking). You can search the whole table by using the main search box, or search on an individual column by using the search boxes at the bottom of each column.

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