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The 5 steps managers should be taking after employee performance reviews

Performance reviews help companies and their managers evaluate an individual’s performance, but what they don’t do is help those employees improve their performance. Sixty-two percent of employees say they don’t see changes occur from feedback they give1 – but who is actually to blame? It’s not enough to talk to employees about their achievements and shortcomings. Employers must take the next step to offer opportunities and solutions for an employee to improve and grow. Here are 5 steps you can take after employee performance reviews to ensure an engaged, motivated, and more productive workforce.Performance reviews help companies and their managers evaluate an individual’s performance, but what they don’t do is help those employees improve their performance. Sixty-two percent of employees say they don’t see changes occur from feedback they give1 – but who is actually to blame? It’s not enough to talk to employees about their achievements and shortcomings. Employers must take the next step to offer opportunities and solutions for an employee to improve and grow. Here are 5 steps you can take after employee performance reviews to ensure an engaged, motivated, and more productive workforce.

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