Employees Hate Performance Reviews: 3 Reasons Why

One-sided relationships just don’t work. They don’t work in friendships. They don’t work in marriage. And they definitely don’t work in business. That’s why you should be concerned that employees say performance reviews don’t benefit them. If your organization does employee performance reviews only to decide who to fire and who deserves a raise, it may not matter to you if employees feel benefited from reviews. But if you, like me, feel the true purpose of performance reviews is to help employees improve their performance, you should be alarmed. To change reviews so they benefit employee performance, address these top employee criticisms:

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