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Performance Reviews

Performance Reviews

It's Time to Reinvent Your Performance Reviews. Your Employees Will Thank You for It.

Businesses have been struggling with ineffective performance review models for decades. A strategy that works? Consider a user-centric platform.

5 Tactics for Transforming Performance Reviews That Range From Ineffectual to Invaluable

Employee appraisals that improve performance are essential to reaching company goals.

A Brutal Performance Review Helped Sweetgreen's CEO Manage Everything Better

Jonathan Neman shares what he learned from getting an evaluation from co-founders, employees and family.

Amazon's Program for Underperforming Employees Includes a Courtroom-Style Videoconference With a Jury of Peers

While experts agree it's innovative, they're split on whether it works.

The Performance-Management Secret Only 1 in 5 Companies Knows

A survey of over 25,800 companies showed that fully 20 percent had dumped dreaded annual performance ratings.

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