Are annual reviews a thing of the past?

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As the calendar year draws to a close, managers and employees typically gear up for a largely unpopular end-of-year tradition: the annual performance review. As is the case with most things in 2020, however, this year may be a bit different.

Continuous performance management—a model that involves frequent feedback and goal-setting conversations among managers and employees as opposed to more static, once-a-year assessments—was already on the rise before this year. But among the changes necessitated by the pandemic and its remote-work mandate was a natural trend toward more frequent check-ins—paving the way for many employers to shift performance management away

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