19 November 2018
Each month Workforce looks at important statistics in the human resources sector. In this month’s edition, we explore performance reviews. The effectiveness of reviews has been been questioned before, and recent stats show that many organizations and employees are ambivalent of how accurately these reviews define employees performance.
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