Performance reviews serve as a chance for workers and their boss to sit down together and analyse how the worker has been performing; it’s a chance for a conversation, for an exchange of ideas and a chance for the worker to grasp an insight into the thought processes of their boss – but are they still the most effective way of having this conversation?
Of course, a healthy exchange of ideas and a review of your employee’s time at the company seems like a good idea, yet most employees feel that performance reviews are ‘blindsiding, anxiety-inducing and demoralising,’ according to research conducted by Forbes.
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