Review response visibility while the review cycle is active.
Once your company is in an active review cycle, you may want to understand who has visibility into the Peer and Upward feedback you provide. The subject of the review does not have access to that feedback while the review is active.
This article covers the following topics:
Visibility When Providing Peer Feedback
When providing peer feedback, the reviewee, or the employee who is set to receive the feedback will not have access to responses while the review cycle is active. This type of feedback will go to the reviewee's manager to summarize and share once the review cycle ends. Below is an example of what the manager will see when peer feedback has been submitted for their direct report.
Below, we can see what Maria, the reviewee of this peer review, may see when completing her self review.
Visibility When Providing Upward Feedback
When providing upward feedback, the reviewee, or the manager in this case, will not have access to responses while the review cycle is active. This type of feedback will go to the reviewee's manager to summarize and share once the review cycle ends. In this example, we can see the upward feedback shared by Sara and Maria about their manager Diana. We are viewing this from Diana's manager’s perspective, in this case, Sara and Maria’s skip level manager.
In this second view, we are accessing Maria's reviews from the Team page under Diana, Maria's manager. Here, Diana, the manager, does not have access to the upward feedback Maria provided.