It has become very fashionable to talk about annual performance reviews as an antiquated practice, too outdated and infrequent to be of any value to employees or organizations today. It must be clarified, however, that performance reviews themselves are not inherently ineffective. It is only when they are executed improperly that they fail to support employee performance in meaningful ways. Indeed, performance must be understood as an ongoing practice. While annual reviews have their place, they cannot be used as the …
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