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The Employee Review Process is Changing, Like It or Not

Oct 20, 2015 2:00:00 PM

The way employees are getting reviewed is changing. While some companies have done away with annual reviews completely, others are adopting a more on-going review approach. 


An Overhaul of the Employee Review Process


 

Given the growing number of millennials in the workforce, a change like this makes sense. Technology shapes our expectations and experience of life, and millennials were raised in an environment of instant information.

From gaming stats to instant messages, millennials expect to be connected to information in ways their parents didn't. And that expectation extends to the boardroom. 

Related: 3 Major Signs of Employee Burnout (And How to Fix Them)

Employee review apps allow managers and peers to provide 360-degree feedback to employees on a regular basis -- not just once a year. 

Related: 4 Signs Your Company is Ready for 360-Degree Reviews

(Read SHRM's review of employee instant-feedback apps here.)

 

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Erin Hall
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