Every company should have some sort of performance review process in place to help measure your employees’ strengths and areas of improvement. A common issue companies face is that their rigid performance management review systems simply don’t adapt to the needs of today’s modern workplace.

One solution is shifting from a performance management perspective to performance alignment. In this article, we briefly explain:

People Operations What performance alignment is The key differences between performance management and performance alignment How to make the shift What is People Operations (POPS)?

First of all, in order to create performance reviews from

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