We know performance reviews suffer from recency and manager bias, and are stressful for employees as well as time-consuming for supervisors and executives.
But until now, we haven’t had data to back up why this is a business imperative.
Included in this e-book:
- How many hours executives spend outside the office preparing for the outdated annual performance review
- The percentage of constructive feedback managers remove from reviews because it’s outdated, and how this drives a lack of alignment
- How the divide between executives and employees is cutting into company value
Our research is based on a survey of 500 U.S. executives with a title of Vice President/equivalent or higher who are decision-makers on company operations and 2,000 U.S. office professionals sponsored by Reflektive and conducted by Wakefield Research. Learn more at growthdivide.com.