Article: How technology is changing the ‘Future of Appraisals’

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How technology is changing the ‘Future of Appraisals’

As part of our cover story for the month of April, we caught up with top HR leaders to find out what they think about the current appraisal systems and why it should or should not change moving forward.
How technology is changing the ‘Future of Appraisals’

HR veterans from across industries share their thoughts on one of the most tedious tasks for a company –performance appraisal.

With technologies permeating every facet of Human Resources function, we see a clear shift in how talent professionals exploit these next-gen technologies to automate their tasks. Mapping out employees' performance—for instance, has changed over the last few years given that many traditional performance processes fail to meet expectations of employees and employers. 

This is the time of the year when HR departments remain busy with the annual performance review processes.

As part of our cover story for the month of April, we caught up with top HR leaders to find out what they think about the current appraisal systems and why it should or should not change moving forward.

One of the common insights that we came up with is the role of technology that will drive the ‘Future of Appraisal’. Read on to find out more.

The industry leaders are expecting to see the change, it'll be interesting to see how technology will change the future of appraisals. 

Topics: appraisalseason, HR Technology

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