Understanding Reviewees and Reviewers
There are two camps that employees can belong to during a review cycle: Reviewees and Reviewers. Reviewees
A reviewee is the person who is being reviewed. A reviewee is not necessarily also a reviewer.
The progress highlighted in this section corresponds to how many reviews the reviewee has received out of the total number of reviews being written about them.
A reviewer is the person who has a review to complete. A reviewer will be prompted to complete a review when visiting their "You" page. A reviewer is not necessarily also a reviewee.
The progress highlighted in this section corresponds to how many reviews reviewers have submitted out of the total number of reviews they are supposed to write.
Quick Note: A self-assessment is considered a review. If someone needs to complete a self-evaluation, they will be both a reviewer and a reviewee.
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