OfficeTeam’s survey affirmed what other polls have shown: the performance appraisal process is transitioning from the formal once-a-year evaluation to shorter, less structured and more frequent meetings between managers and employees. Employees are driving some of change; more say they want continuous feedback, and managers increasingly are willing to provide it. In fact, a 2017 Quartz report found that younger workers think that the often anxiety-producing, yearly review is a thing of the past. Millennials favor more frequent reviews. And many workers just don’t want to wait a whole year to find out how well they’re doing.