Your Comprehensive Guide To Effective Performance Reviews

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Your Comprehensive Guide To Effective Performance Reviews

55% of employees believe annual reviews don't improve their performance. So why not just get rid of them? As we spoke with managers, HR leaders and employees leading up to this guide, it became clear that the performance review is extremely common, both in practice AND in a single shared sentiment: very few people enjoy them. The question then arises, “Well can’t we just get rid of them?” But before you give in to this very appealing temptation, we encourage you to explore the answer to a different question first, “How do we implement a review system that actually works?” Because, when done effectively, reviews still serve as a very important tool for employment development, growth and engagement. In this eBook, you'll find: The problem with traditional performance reviews, and how to improve their effectiveness Case studies of other organizations such a Deloitte, Microsoft, Amazon, and more transitioning away from the traditional performance review