We want performance reviews to measure performance, focus on development, help employees stay connected, maintain morale, reduce attrition, and so much more. In short, we want this one tool to achieve every performance management objective under the sun. But is this what performance reviews are meant to achieve? Or are we in the need of something larger than just ‘reviews’?
On the surface, tying goals and performance reviews together might seem like a good idea. After all, what better way to hold employees accountable than to link their goals directly to their performance reviews? However, there are several problems with this approach. Read on to find out!
It's true that an underperforming employee can have a negative impact on your business in a number of ways, but you can change this. Evaluate and give actionable feedback the right way to an underperforming employee with the help of this blog.
Mesh allows us to have a 360 evaluation of our employees with utmost accuracy, bringing transparency and visibility to the company.