Annual Reviews Are Broken. Here’s How to Make Them More Equitable

It is universally practiced business. It’s recommended by almost all executives, directors, managers, human resource professionals, business consultants, and business school professors. The performance appraisal, or performance review, usually considers multiple aspects of an employee’s performance (and often behavioral strengths and weaknesses) to be rated by the manager. However, this formal

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