Annual performance reviews are a standard when it comes to employee evaluations. Once a year you meet with your manager or supervisor and receive feedback on how you’ve been performing over the last 12 months. Perhaps you fill in a self-evaluation beforehand, maybe even a few of your co-workers provide their input as well.
At the end of your evaluation, you might work with your supervisor to set some new goals or things to work on. Then 12 months later you’ll meet again.