Government Agency Eliminates Employee Reviews Because They Can Be “Discriminatory”
I’ve heard of: previous employers refusing to comment on how a person performed while employed because they feared lawsuits, but this is a whole new level of business CYA:
One government agency has decided that the results of employee ratings are too discriminatory, and eliminated the process entirely. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced on Monday that it will now award all employees the highest rating regardless of performance reviews.
The CFPB, which oversees transactions in the financial sector for the federal government, decided to no longer conduct employee reviews because there were just too many apparent “significant disparities” between the races, ages, and locations of its employees.
You know what this means?
Bonuses. : Automatic merit raises.
There’s no legal reason to deny a person anything.
No business would do this. : It’s leftist nonsense.
Only government operates like this.
Hat Tip: : Weasel Zippers
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