Employee Accomplishments refer to the total amount of work an employee has completed within a preset time period by applying personal skills or expertise. Accomplishments determine success of the employee at the workplace and often serve as a measure of employee competitiveness and engagement.
Accomplishments of an employee can be characterized by the following items:
- Time spent. Total amount of working hours the employee has consumed for producing a desired outcome.
- Effort applied. Skills or expertise the employee used to perform necessary work.
- Results produced. Final product produced by the worker.
- Quality reached. Quality standards and job requirements the employee followed when doing the job.
Employees should be rewarded for their accomplishments. Monetary (compensation, bonus) and non-monetary (promotion, recognition) rewards help companies increase employee motivation and improve workforce performance. Highly motivated and engaged workers are likely to demonstrate greater accomplishments and better job results.