Download a copy to find out:
- The quality of feedback employees currently receive
- How useful employees find their feedback
- What processes are in place for managers and employees to give and receive feedback
- How comfortable employees feel about giving feedback to managers and their peers
- What elements of feedback employees find most valuable
- Expert tips on creating an effective feedback culture
Note from the author, Roly Walter, Founder of Appraisd
Relevant, timely and constructive feedback is crucial for employee development. A survey by Globoforce found 89% of HR leaders believe continuous feedback from peers has a positive impact on an organisation.
In our recent check-in report, employees said the most important aspect of these regular meetings with giving and receiving feedback. With so many more people now working remotely or adopting a hybrid approach, finding an effective way to manage feedback is even more important to keep employees engaged and motivated.
To explore this vital function more closely, we commissioned dedicated research with 2,000 employees working in the UK in organisation with 50 employees or more. From this we’ve created our report which explores how employers and employees can get the most value out of performance feedback.