During annual performance evaluations, managers typically consider what an employee has accomplished since their last yearly review, especially in terms of meeting goals and making improvements in targeted areas. This year is very different though. Chances are that what has unfolded since the first quarter of 2020 is drastically different than what anyone could have anticipated during previous evaluation cycle or when performance objectives were set for the current year. When preparing to do 2020/2021 performance evaluations, flexibility is key. In this episode HR expert Jenni Stone shares best practices and suggestion for conduction performance reviews during the pandemic.
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