Only 4 out of 10 employees say their organization’s review feedback improves their performance and 80% are dissatisfied with their reviews. It seems every year managers, HR, and employees alike approach the performance appraisal season with a feeling of dread.
Why is this? And more importantly, what can be done to make the performance process more useful and less painful?
Join two HR experts, Brandon Curry, Talent Director at Federal Mogul, and Farah Abbas, Shared Services Manager for Oxfam America, for a lively panel discussion as they share their unique guidance on the performance problem.
Common best practices any performance process should have
How performance has evolved at Federal Mogul and Oxfam – and lessons learned
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