Give Effortless Feedback with PerformYard

Updated:

April 18, 2021

At PerformYard, our goal is to build a flexible performance management solution that is also really easy to use.

That means we need to offer all the functionality of the big clunky enterprise tools, but maintain the ease-of-use found in overly simplified small business HR software.

Our customers should be able to take any complex performance management strategy and run it effortlessly in PerformYard.

That is a never-ending challenge.

It was with this goal in mind that we recently rebuilt our recognition and notes features into the brand new (and totally amazing) Feedback feature.

Feedback in PerformYard now allows you to recognize employees in front of the entire company, create private notes, or share feedback with your employees individually. All of this is accomplished through a single intuitive process, because we know managers don’t have time to learn another complicated piece of software.

Employees choose

  1. Who the feedback is about (one person or several)
  2. Who they want to share the feedback with
  3. And that’s it

Whatever feedback the employee chooses to give will then automatically be stored and shared with the appropriate people.

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At review time, employee feedback from the previous year can be pulled up while filling out the review form to help inform a more complete picture of the employees performance.

Check out our customer support page to see more ways you could use Feedback at your organization.

What to do next.

Here are three ways you can continue your journey to a more modern and effective performance management strategy:

  1. See PerformYard In Action. Find time with one of our product experts to get a live look at what it's like to use modern performance management software. Every call starts with a 5 minute discussion of your approach and then immediately dives into a live product demonstration that's based on your organization's process. Or start by watching a 2-minute video overview.
  2. Learn more about modern performance management. Start with our Guide to Building a Modern Performance Management System, or visit our blog to see the latest ideas from our team.
  3. If you know other HR Pros who would appreciate this article, share it with them through email, LinkedIn, Facebook, or Twitter.