MANAGERS DON'T FOLLOW-UP ON PERFORMANCE CHECK
News by Editorial Team 08 Aug 2019
33 percent of managers don’t follow up on performance checks, a survey from Appraised says. Other than making performance evaluations futile, this devalues workers’ time, the survey report further added. Appraised founder Roly Walter said, “Just taking five or ten minutes to prepare for check-in and the same amount of time afterward to note and share the action points, makes these regular meetings far more valuable, measurable and productive for all concerned”.