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LocalBiz – Q3 Issue 2021

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LocalBiz – Q3 Issue 2021

Franklin Buchanan |

It’s human nature to want to know how you’re doing, especially in business when you may expect to find out only during the performance evaluation and review process. Sadly though, it’s a time that’s often ineffective and counterproductive.

According to a SHRM study, 87 percent of managers and employees found the review process to be ineffective. Perhaps more concerning, one survey of 13,000 employees found that 65 percent thought performance evaluations weren’t even relevant to their jobs.

If done correctly, employee reviews can be a strategically helpful exercise to build trust, cohesion, and accountability within your team.

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