In a recent survey conducted by Reviewsnap, there was a clear indication that when the performance review process is carried out in an efficient and effective manner, employees respond in a highly favorable manner. Conversely, when the process is treated as an afterthought or necessary evil, employee morale can be negatively impacted. Other research and observation of the workplace also point to a significant difference in employee morale and performance when performance reviews, regardless of how often they are conducted, are done on time, in an accurate and relevant manner and when the communication surrounding the review is effective.
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"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