HR Dive: Don’t let managers sabotage the performance review process — even inadvertently

For many supervisors, performance evaluations represent a tedious process at best — agonizing at worst. And when managers don’t like the procedures, or aren’t properly prepared for it, they can derail the whole process. The good news, however, is that HR remains in the driver’s seat. With a solid process in place and various training initiatives for supervisors, employers can set their review process up for success.