Before you start
Please note, this is not a limit on how many times any one person can be nominated as a peer reviewer. Capping the number of times an individual can be nominated would result in a recency bias that favors the first reviewees/manager to nominate peers (and could result in a review where people are forced to write peer reviews that they're not best qualified for - just because they were nominated first).
Limiting the Number of Peer Nominations
As you create and set up your Review Cycle, you'll be prompted to manage the peer selection process. Lattice offers two ways to handle this process.
- Managers select peers for their direct reports
- Reviewees nominate their own peers and get them approved by their manager
Admins also can limit the number of peer reviewers that managers or reviewees can choose by checking off to Limit number of peer reviewers. Beside this you can input the number of peer nominations they'd like to set as a limit.
Employee's View While Nominating Peers
When an employee or manager goes in to nominate peers, they'll see that the number is limited.
As an admin, you also can override or add additional peer reviewers for anyone during the Review Cycle.
After nominations are complete, admins and managers will be prompted to approve them. If someone has been frequently selected for peer reviews, a peer selection warning banner appears to let managers or admins know that.