Workers resent being picked apart like a frog in a high school biology class, while managers rue the time it takes away from their real jobs. Many look at employee reviews the way middle-aged folks look at their birthdays: grateful it happens only once a year.
Damn the torpedoes, many companies insist on doing them. But some experts are saying “Enough!”
“Ultimately, the reviews are not only good for the employer, but for the employees to show where they stand,” he says.
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