A 360 review is not a performance review. It is a holistic process that helps the employee to understand their strengths and weaknesses as viewed by their peers, coworkers and even customers.
The opinions and evidence given about efficiency, productivity, contributions and behavior at work is a personal and powerful way for an employee to develop their skills and abilities.
The 360 review is a wide-spectrum glimpse of the way you interact with people around you in a work environment. By soliciting feedback from all directions in the organization, a fully rounded picture can be received – and used as a tool for development.
The 360-review process is not meant to replace the normal annual or semi-annual performance evaluation. For best results, they should be used in conjunction.
This means that the actual performance of an employee in relation to achieving work-related targets and performing well in their job function is under review as well as their behavior, skills and attributes.
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