U.K.-based Eversheds Sutherland has scrapped “formulaic” annual performance reviews for all staff—the latest firm to rethink its approach to performance management.

As part of the overhaul, which applies to all offices outside the U.S., the firm will introduce quarterly feedback sessions for all fee-earners and staff, and managers will be encouraged to discuss performance issues with their teams on a more regular basis.

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