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Google's employees have greater probabilities of falling into a lower performance rating

Google employees fear a new performance evaluation system that will make it more likely that more employees will get a lower rating.

Google pursues a strategy; Image: CNBC

Google wants to introduce a new performance evaluation system for its employees starting next year. The goal should be to identify more employees with a low rating. The top employees will also have a harder time. These are also to receive a stricter evaluation. This will lead to stress among individual employees.

However, there is another truth behind the change. Jobs have been cut in a big scale all over the industry. Google, however, has not laid off any employees yet. Rumor has it that the system change at the company justifies the job cuts.

Google has hired over 36,000 new people in the past year. The company is said to have created at least as many jobs via contracts.


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