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It is common for employees to be appraised by just one person, a manager or boss. What if this appraisal process can be improved by gaining feedback from people that work around the employee as well. This would give a fairer and more accurate view of an employee.
360-degree feedback occurs when feedback is obtained from sources all around an employee. These sources may include:
Our system can include feedback from all of these groups, and from multiple people from each of the groups. If you do not want to include all the groups in the appraisal process, our system will automatically adjust for this. A common example might be that employee (a) will be appraised by two managers, six co-workers, zero clients and will perform a self assessment.