Making performance reviews work for younger employees
November 15th, 2010
Canadian HR Reporter, by Sandra Reder
Traditional, annual feedback from managers doesn’t resonate
The performance review has traditionally been a labour- and time-intensive exercise conducted by managers once a year for all employees. Typically, the review is tied directly to annual salary increases and often it’s perceived to be very one-sided — a manager gives feedback and there is often no opportunity for an employee to respond or be involved. So does the performance review hold any value for organizations?