In a blog show, two CEOs of the company’s business and data collection suggested creating a permanent, public database of employee performance . Some sort of employee credit score, a permanent HR profile, will follow an employee from job to job, and people who didn’t do well at the previous job may struggle to get the next job. With the popularity of remote working or hybrid working models, companies are increasingly interested in quantifying employee performance, and this demand has also driven the popularity of employee management software. But HR experts say the advice is a bad idea . John Hausknecht, a professor of human resources at Cornell University, pointed out that this assumption assumes that people do not change, the job content is similar, the experience of different companies is similar, and the work environment and company culture are similar. But in reality there is no exact same job.
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