Conducting one on one meeting with employees brings HR personnel, managers, executives, staff, and workers close to each other; emphasizes on their value at the organization; and familiarises the new hires with fellow colleagues. Given below are latest up-to-date 2019 effective one-on-one meetings questions and answers to ask employees, which serve as an opportunity for the team leaders and managers to collect feedbacks, evaluate performances, improve workplace, appreciate the work of candidates, and acquit themselves and other with fellow members.
Common Introduction Questions
Opening one-on-one conversations with general and common questions that ask wellbeing of workers and employees tend to make them happy. The most commonly asked intro questions are:
- How is your day going, today?
- How are you doing?
- What have you been up to lately?
- What did you have for breakfast?
- What would you like to start with?
- What on your mind?
- How are you, today?
- What did you do at the weekend?
- What are your plans for tonight?
- Are you having a good day, today?
Employee Performance Review Questions
The following meeting questions to ask employee during performance review provides closure, gives valuable information about employees' work, and allows managers to make the right decision during critical situations.
- What's one thing you need to improve your performance as well as your teams'?
- What are your greatest accomplishments at the company?
- What work-related improvements have you made since our previous meeting?
- How do you think the least changes in the workplace has affected your overall performance?
- What your team status? Do you feel they are up to their mark?
- Which position in the company do you see yourself promoted to? Which position do you aspire for?
- Are you comfortable with the work culture and atmosphere? Are there any areas that need improvements?
- What ideas do you suggest to improve collaboration and interaction among fellow members?
- Do you have any questions related to the work here and your future goals at the company?
- What's working well for you in your current position?
Employee feedback questions
Collecting feedback from workers and, working to rectify the native reviews allows managers and higher executives at a company to improve the standards and morale of the workplace. Here are some of the common one on one questions to ask your employees for feedback.
- How are you feeling about your role at the Company?
- Are you feeling productive here? What makes you say that and Why?
- Do you feel like you're growing in your role? What makes you say that?
- How are your fellow colleagues and superior employees treating you?
- Which areas would you like more or less direction from me on your work?
- What's an area of your work you want to improve?
- How is the work and workplace atmosphere?
- How many hours a day do you feel you're productive at your work?
- Which areas would you like more feedback on?
- Are you satisfied with the level of comfort in the workplace?