The annual performance review stinks. It’s one of the most dreaded and inefficient uses of time that I can think of.
The manager has to scrounge up his recollections of specific good and bad things to discuss. The employee – or agency, if it’s a client review – dreads the thought that he’ll be told he did a lousy job and there is a pink slip in his future.
Quantum Workplace, an HR consulting firm, published a post not too long ago suggesting questions to help measure and boost employee performance. But in my view they were still too generic.
There has got to be a better way – and there is. Read More→