|Sep 18 2014||New Reviewsnap White Paper Examines How Employers Are Transforming the Performance Review Process|
After years of allowing their performance appraisals to degenerate into a fruitless annual formality, dozens of organizations are now transforming their appraisal processes to help them better measure, manage and maximize the performance of their people. This much-needed transformation is the subject of a timely new white paper from Reviewsnap titled, “The Truth About Performance Appraisals: They’re Not Being Abolished. They’re Evolving.”
|Aug 05 2014||Case Study Reveals How PrimeSource Secured a Better Performance Review Experience with Reviewsnap|
With a streamlined process and powerful new software in place, the world’s largest purveyor of fasteners has taken its performance reviews to a new level and increased its completion rate to almost 90 percent.
|Jul 01 2014||Case Study: Union Bank & Trust Calls on Reviewsnap To Reinvigorate an Outdated Performance Review Process|
As highlighted in a compelling new case study from Reviewsnap, the traditional approach to performance reviews—those once-a-year meetings in which managers hand down one-way evaluations and a new set of targets for the next 12 months—appears to be on its last legs for a growing number of progressive employers.
|May 08 2014||Case Study: Athletico Rehabilitates its Performance Review Process with Reviewsnap|
New case study describes how and why Athletico chose Reviewsnap to streamline its performance review process by 85% … improve the timeliness and efficiency of reviews … and get managers and employees more engaged in the review process.
|May 06 2014||Reviewsnap Announces It Is Considering Opening An Office In Australia|
Reviewsnap, a leading performance management software provider announced today that it is considering physical expansion into Australia in early 2015.
"Having just completed our second annual review period using Reviewsnap, we experienced a seamless process with very few hiccups, and total participation. Staff has bought in. Life is good."
Director of Human Resources
Asian Art Museum