Source | Times Of India
IT companies worldwide are ditching the traditional bell curve appraisal system. Companies are now looking at systems which involve a continuous feedback process throughout the year and get a holistic view of performance and potential of a candidate.
The bell curve system — one of the most popular appraisal methods popularized by former GE CEO Jack Welch — rates a workforce by comparing performances of people in similar tasks. They are then segregated into top, medium and poor performers. But over the last two years, an increasing number of companies have been looking at other ways to evaluate their employees.
Here are 10 IT giants who have changed their appraisal system, some recently and some not-so-recently.