HR Toolkit: Performance Reviews

Receiving performance feedback is a fundamental part of any job. Without some sort of reflection, how would your employees know what they’re doing well or what needs improvement? They likely wouldn’t—at least not in any formal capacity.

Although most employers agree that performance reviews are important, the reviews themselves become trickier when put into practice. It’s easy to say that an employee must be reviewed, but when? Based on what criteria? How often? These aspects are often debated by employers.

Surveys show performance reviews are one of the most disliked features of any workplace. Not only do employees not want to endure them, but neither do their managers. This toolkit examines why this is, explains how to determine the right review process for your company and offers resources for ensuring neither party wastes their time.

Download this HR Toolkit on Performance Reviews.