Although the contribution of women and men has changed in the organisational structure, and so have performance re-views, the gender gap still remains and employee appraisals are not always objective or constructive. Since people conduct performance reviews, and not machines, there is always a chance of preconceived ideas and stereotypes influencing the feedback given. Recent studies have found that women are evaluated differently at work than men and performance reviews for women are punctuated with stereotypical language.