With Oracle's PeopleSoft ePerformance, you can increase your business success by driving and fostering employee engagement, providing strategic workforce insight to key business objectives and facilitating an interactive performance process that enables you to identify, plan, observe, improve and reward performance. ePerformance is a Web-deployed performance management solution that streamlines the appraisal aspect of the development business process, from goal planning and coaching to performance assessments and rewards. Managers, employees, and HR administrators can collaborate on performance evaluations and goals, review performance history, and monitor and manage the overall performance process. Workflow notifications keep all interested parties up-to-date throughout the performance cycle.
PeopleSoft ePerformance is part of Oracle's PeopleSoft Enterprise Human Capital Management family of applications and integrates seamlessly PeopleSoft eCompensation Manager's Desktop and Learning Management; as well as with Manage Profiles within the core human resources application.
PeopleSoft ePerformance drives business results by directly linking employee performance and rewards with the organization's financial and business objectives.
Goal linking capabilities drive alignment between business objectives and individual performance goals.
Leverage Profile Management data by incorporating job-, industry-, or organization-specific content into performance documents as performance criteria.
Compare performance ratings and outcomes to job requirements, and then trigger learning to close gaps.
Multi-document functionality enables multi-rater and 360-degree feedback.
Support unique sets of business rules and approval processes for different organizations within your enterprise.
Tailor the application for any workforce group, region, or individual.
Drive the employee development process with workflow in an easy-to-use, Web-based environment.
Construct high-quality feedback for employees more frequently, while simultaneously reducing the risk associated with non-standardized assessments.