In an article at INC., Bob Sutton provides one of “6 Tips for Managing Millennials.”

Performance appraisals are old school and impersonal. They tend to draw comparisons to other employees, and Millennials don’t want to be graded on a curve. They want direct, personal feedback on their projects in real time, not just blanket feedback every six months based on the team’s performance. “Doing performance evaluations well is like doing bloodletting well,” says Bob Sutton, professor at Stanford University. “It is a bad practice that does more harm than good in all or nearly all cases.”[]

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