The days are gone when someone took a job, followed a predictable path of career development and worked in a world in which all employee performance communication flowed from the top down.
With today’s highly transitional workforce — as employees increasingly expect to be mobile across an organization and not just vertically within it — and as studies of workplace psychology continue to prove the positive impact of looking at performance from every angle, manager assessments have become a crucial best-practice ingredient for successful organizations. In fact, two of the five key trends cited by Bersin & Associates in its study, Modern-day Career Management, directly reflect the importance of manager assessments: Career management must be a collaborative effort among “employee, manager, HR and the company,” and training of line managers is critical to an organization’s success.
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|Sep 18 2014||New Reviewsnap White Paper Examines How Employers Are Transforming the Performance Review Process|
|Aug 05 2014||Case Study Reveals How PrimeSource Secured a Better Performance Review Experience with Reviewsnap|
|Jul 01 2014||Case Study: Union Bank & Trust Calls on Reviewsnap To Reinvigorate an Outdated Performance Review Process|
|May 08 2014||Case Study: Athletico Rehabilitates its Performance Review Process with Reviewsnap|
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