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The Best Way to Evaluate Employee Performance

Productive and happy workers are at the center of every successful business. But, knowing how to properly and efficiently assess the performance of your employees can be a big task to handle.

> Does your employee understand the overarching goals of his or her role?

> Are they enjoying the work that they do, along with the environment?

> Is he or she meeting personal objectives and levels of development?

These kinds of questions are important to keep an eye on to ensure your company is on a consistently good track.

How to Easily Evaluate Employees

Zingtree allows you to create what we call ‘evaluations‘ that assign a score to each question answered within a tree, and later lets you act upon the total score. This powerful decision tree logic can be applied to tests, quizzes, training simulations, performance evaluations and more.

Integrating a relevant, easy to understand, employee-appropriate decision tree evaluation into your workplace is a great way to tap into your employees’ knowledge, progress and comfort levels.

Here’s how to build a tree with scoring:

1. Add a score value to each button click when designing your tree.

2. As the end-user goes through your tree, Zingtree keeps a running total of the score values of all buttons clicked.

3. When you’re ready to act upon the running total score, use a new “Score Branch Node”. From there, you can specify a range of score values which redirect to specific nodes.

Here’s a preview of what it looks like, but you can get a step-by-step right here:

Evaluating the performance of your employees is an ongoing task that should cover all areas of their work ethic, achievements, and other random areas depending on the role at hand.

By using Zingtree interactive decision trees customized to fit your organization’s employee evaluation needs, you’ll be well on your way to a standardized, efficient way to keep everyone on the right track and help identify internal issues.

See more examples of evaluations and more on the Zingtree Gallery.