I've just come across this article on Forbes on the purpose of regular performance reviews. http://bit.ly/2DBpmgj
The article argues that it's a "huge waste of time and energy" as conversations between manager and employee should be happening on a regular basis anyway.
There are some good points made in the article, but I'm interested to hear your opinions as professionals working in HR, L&D or in Leadership.
We've sparked a fantastic discussion on Facebook with surprising 62% of professionals saying it's a waste of time and energy.
What are your thoughts on performance reviews at work? Are they a waste of time or beneficial to employees/managers?
Sound off in the comments below :)