Learning & Development Culture

Learning & Development Culture

Managing for Maximum Performance (MMP)
Performance Management includes activities that ensure goals are consistently being met in an effective and efficient manner. It is a process that requires managers to define, facilitate and encourage performance by providing timely feedback and continuous attention on the ultimate objectives. Performance management requires willingness and a commitment to focus on improving performance at both the team and individual level every day.

Our appraisal system is about challenging your limits and to beat your own expectations. We aim to create an empowering environment for you to be at your best and help you to inspire yourself!

Training Potential
It is a joint obligation for the management team to ensure that employees are knowledgeable of their job requirements and its associated responsibilities. While HOCHSTER endeavors to provide the necessary resources and the best possible programmes to help team members achieve their potential, we also expect employees to take their training and development initiatives seriously and make every effort to maximize the learning benefits from such initiatives.

In coordination with our commitment to team member development, it is the belief of the company that training is an integral part of the success and efficiency of HOCHSTER’s operations. It is also fundamental to team member development within their jobs and in preparation for their career advancement. Training is therefore viewed as a shared responsibility of management and team members to accomplish the mutual benefit of an increasingly skilled work force.

“Development” is distinct from training because it has greater long-term implication on time and commitment from both HOCHSTER & its team members. Development involves a change in thinking, a change in the way the environment is interpreted, and the ability to respond to and make headway within a given environment, among others. All these processes take time. However, the outcomes of developmental activities have greater, far-reaching impact because of the potential for new and better ways of acting and responding to the environment.