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Career advancements encourage more accurate assessments of employee performance
The success of every company depends on its employees – and they can be responsible for its failure, as well. This is where talent management comes in. A company’s supervisors play a key role in identifying individual employees’ strengths and weaknesses. WU Professor Isabella Grabner from the Institute for Strategy and Managerial Accounting is investigating the mechanisms of employee performance assessments and how supervisors can be motivated to review fairly and accurately. The answer: Through the prospect of career advancement.