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The idea which employees prefer to performance appraisals

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Learning and development | 11 May 2016, 11:28 AM Agree 0
Performance reviews have long been used as a learning instrument for employees, but a new survey indicates there’s something else they would prefer.
  • | 11 May 2016, 03:08 PM Agree 1
    Nothing New Under the Sun Department: this approach was promulgated by consultants Cullen Egan Dell in the 1980s... and it worked. Why did we stop using it?

    HW
  • JA | 11 May 2016, 03:55 PM Agree 0
    I agree with HW - definitely nothing new here.

    Continuous feedback has been and should always be the approach with regard to a PMS. The block generally arises as Manager's don't want to provide feedback yet are prepared to whinge to anyone who will listen to them about the poor performance of an employee. They prefer to focus on the task and not the person undertaking the task.

    This is just breaking down the process to make it easily digestible for them.


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