Microsoft Ditches The Bell Curve When Rating Employee Performance

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Posted 3 years ago

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Microsoft Ditches The Bell Curve When Rating Employee PerformanceThe bell curve was an ongoing institution of rating employees’ performances, by Microsoft, which the company has done away with. Microsoft wants to nurture an attitude in which teamwork enables the company to be totally focused on being unified.

The managers at Microsoft, who have 99,000 staff members, are realizing that the stack-ranking system of yore yielded workers being graded poorly and only a choice few ranking with top honors. Rating good workers so as to appear to being poor workers to meet a quota can only draw a wringing of hands from frustrated staff, to say the least performance-wise.

Microsoft have done well by reviewing what didn’t work to move themselves forward with a more content team.

Rich Casale

HR

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