The annual performance evaluation goes under review
from By Bob Kowalski
Performance evaluations are intended to broaden communication between supervisors and subordinates, as well as provide direction and motivation for the worker. But we've all seen the real-life effects of the annual reviews, resulting in dreadful anticipation, no matter on which level of the office hierarchy you sit. Today's employees are routinely asked to upgrade their skills in a constantly evolving work world. Is it fair for them to be evaluated only once a year?
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