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Workers are as divided as their employers on the value of performance reviews.

Responses from employees might of course be linked to how they typically do on annual assessments. A new survey of 1,600 employees from Eagle Hill Consulting, a management and human capital consulting firm, found that just over half (54 percent) were satisfied with their last performance review. A larger portion — 65 percent — believed that their most recent appraisal was an accurate reflection of their performance.

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