State of Employee Performance Management 2016 Africa Edition

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Centered around best practices of employee performance management (EPM) in the African region, this research study conducted in partnership with KPISOFT provides essential answers on today’s most prevalent subjects in the field. The work provides an extensive overview on how individual performance is measured and rewarded in African organizations - with a focus on 8 key areas:

1. Relevance of employee performance management
2. Employee performance management configuration
3. Governance
4. Timing
5. Performance culture
6. Pay-for-performance
7. Software solution
8. Satisfaction

Among the key fndings from the region, the following are included:

  • 37% of respondents consider EPM a high priority
  • 48% see EPM as a way to plan and assess employee performance
  • 61% deem the appraisal system a good context for employee feedback
  • 67% of organizations offer annual financial rewards
  • Category: Research reports
  • Publication date: 2016
  • File format: PDF
  • Download size: 1, 96 MB
  • Pages: 31






  • Relevance of EP
  • EPM System Configuration
  • Governance
  • Timing
  • Performance Culture
  • Pay for Performance
  • Software Solution
  • Satisfaction
  • Survey Demographics


"It was a good report, through which I got a clear idea about modern practices in using KPIs." 

Human Resources, IDLC Finance Limited, Bangladesh

"Excellent report for understanding KPIs, useful for organization and individuals."

Human Resources and Administration, Salalah Methanol Company, Oman

"It was very educational and for sure it will help a lot in my profession."

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