The annual performance review isn’t working. From Millennials who want more frequent feedback to the new-to-the-workforce Gen Z who wonder why the heck they have to wait a whole year to talk meaningfully about their careers, the often-dreaded formal annual review process is quickly becoming a dinosaur.
- 65% of employees want more feedback (Global Culture Study)
- 69% say they’d work harder if their efforts were better recognized (OfficeVibes Study)
- 1 in 5 employees admit they’d rather call in sick than have an annual performance review. (TriNet and Wakefield Research)
But here’s where it gets complicated: we’re not exactly sure how to give feedback, or even how to capture it, or how to make more communication between managers and employees meaningful. “More” doesn’t mean “better,” after all.
USE THE TEMPLATES IN THIS GUIDE TO BUILD A PROGRAM OF PRODUCTIVE IN-OFFICE AND ONLINE CONVERSATIONS.
Download “6 Employee Feedback Templates for Talent Development” to get hands-on advice and simple tools you can use.
What you’ll learn:
- How to give weekly, monthly and quarterly feedback sessions
- How to develop and coach talent in a remote, work from home environment
- How to provide effective peer-to-peer feedback
- How to motivate employees and encourage them to own their projects
- Be specific and actionable with feedback
- Build a transparent culture with open communication
Download Paycor’s guide to get started.