We’re entering a performance review season like no other. Performance reviews in 2020 are fraught with new technology to learn, additional hurdles to overcome, and rapidly changing workplaces as industries recover and adapt to the new normal. Workforces are shifting internally. Many employees are grappling with new challenges with many workplaces moving to work from home, which means we have an upcoming performance appraisal time we all need to prep for. Full-stop: It’s easier to lose your best employees than to gain solid replacements for them. Even the smallest, most seemingly-insignificant choices can be enough to send your top performers packing, and there is no more delicate time than right now. Here are a few common things that can cause your company to lose your best players during performance review time AND a few new things to be aware of so you don’t conduct a bad performance review in 2020.