smiling man at computer having a virtual meeting while looking at financial charts In a virtual world, where in-person interactions are slim to none, companies have realized that continuous check-ins are critical to driving employee performance and development. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The global pandemic will, no doubt, have lasting impacts on our workplaces. This is particularly true of performance management processes, as companies look for ways to stay more connected and engaged with their remote employees. Even before the pandemic, companies were discovering that high-stakes, low-frequency feedback was not adding value to their business. Now, with the shift to remote work, there are fewer organizations with this one-time siloed event and there is a greater focus towards a more agile process where insights, feedback and goals are shared regularly, and it’s ok if those goals need to be recalibrated to meet the ever-changing demands COVID brings us.

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