I know I should be having annual reviews with my team, but if I do won’t they all just ask for more money? This is a question we often get asked as HR professionals. If you conduct an annual review, does it set in mind of your team that they will receive a salary increase? Based on our experience, yes, this can be the case. So, if pay increases are not on the agenda, should you bother to do annual reviews at all?
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