Performance ratings have recently come under fire. But at established companies, some executives are hesitant of leaving ratings behind.
With them goes a formula for compensation updates and an objective performance measure that shields a company from lawsuits.
This, at least, is the argument keeping ratings intact in many organizations. Meanwhile, smaller startups and industry leaders such as Goldman Sachs are pivoting away from a traditional performance management process, and getting rid of ratings completely.
In this ebook, we'll explore:
- The role ratings play in employee experience, including motivation, engagement and retention
- How ratings meet the objectives for which they are intended
- Best practices from companies that are evolving to a more agile performance management