A Case for Eliminating Annual Reviews

Articles regularly pop up about eliminating annual reviews. It’s a no-brainer that more satisfied employees, better production, and less turnover save money. Case studies and company experiences are still mixed though.

Moving to find work

In this market, you have to recognize that it’s not the employer’s problem that you live out-of-state or out-of-town. The company likely has plenty of good candidates. That said, it’s incumbent on the applicant to be available, flexible, and willing to make it work.