Peer reviews are an excellent way for people on your team or in your industry to give constructive feedback about your products and services. This article discusses the metrics that should be considered when making a peer review feedback template and provides links to templates from leading industries. There are also software resources that can help you create a professional-looking template that won't take hours of work!
While peer feedback seems relatively straightforward, there are many important do’s and don’ts to giving feedback to one’s peers in the workplace. Today we’ll be offering six tips on how you can give successful feedback to your peers.
The performance management process identifies the organization’s performance objectives and measures how well employees are meeting these performance objectives using formal performance plans or informal feedback.
360 feedback examples, sample responses to a 360-degree evaluation questionnaire, can be helpful to read through before writing your own survey. Here are feedback examples from small businesses, organizations, and remote teams.
While neither voluntary or involuntary employee turnover are necessarily good for business, there are silver linings to both. Today, we’ll be discussing the differences between the two and the positives and negatives to both.
Employee turnover can be a tricky issue for businesses, and sometimes figuring out what your turnover rate is can be difficult. That’s why today we’d like to help by discussing how you can calculate your business’ turnover rate and also provide a few tips on how to reduce it.
We have been hard at work to make it easier for you and your team to start building a feedback culture together. Filter Your Feedback: With our newly introduced Feedback tab, you can also look up and filter feedback based on Kudos, senders, and skills. Feedback Filters is available for all Pro workspaces.