A New Trend in Performance Reviews

The other day I came across an interesting article in the Wall Street Journal.

The author, Rachel Feintzeig describes a new development where companies tend to move from the big (and often dreaded) annual or semi-annual performance review to a series of smaller and more informal discussions about goals and performance that are uncoupled from compensation reviews and rely on input from managers, peers and direct reports. She calls it the “never-ending performance review” and it’s being taken up by companies who have been at the forefront of new developments in HR for many years, such as Adobe Systems Inc., General Electric Co. or Deloitte LLP.

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