Updating its Cezanne OnDemand online HR software solution, Cezanne Software has announced a new employee performance planning and appraisal module. Helping managers and employees to focus on achieving performance objectives, the new module allows companies to raise the profile of performance management across the business.
Making it easier to track critical performance-related information, features provided include tools to help businesses easily create on-line performance questionnaires and manage their distribution across the organization; automatic routing of activities to employees and their line managers; and graphical dashboards, the company stated in a press release.
Julie Windsor, director of Operations, UK and Benelux explained, “Although the vast majority of businesses do performance management, many are still using paper-based or online forms, and it is too often treated as an annual chore. Bits of paper documenting decisions about objectives and development needs get pushed to the back of a drawer and either never emerge – or are pulled out and dusted off a year later only to find that nothing has been actioned.”
The new performance management from Cezanne module is a valuable tool that will help companies ensure their people know exactly what is expected of them – and that they are providing the support employees need to perform at their best in a challenging business environment, where the contribution of every employee counts. HR can easily make use of performance-related data to drive important HR decisions with improved visibility of processes and information.
Recently, the company announced that the company’s Cezanne OnDemand solution has been selected by Resilient Networks plc. To help streamline people management, reduce admin and gather better HR intelligence to support planning and decision-making, Cezanne OnDemand provides SMEs with a simple and cost-effective tool. It is provided on a Software as a Service (SaaS (News - Alert)) basis, which means it is hosted and delivered on line via a secure server.
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Edited by Jennifer Russell