LinkedIn-like platform Boss Zhipin will review employee performance twice a year, according to a report by Chinese media outlet Sina on Thursday. The firm will adopt a “361” method of reviewing its staff, dividing them into three groups based on their performance reviews: the top 30%, the middle 60%, and the bottom 10%. Employees in the bottom 10% group could then face dismissal, which means the firm may cut 20% of its workforce within a year. China’s cyberspace regulator, The Cyberspace Administration of China, launched a security investigation into Boss Zhipin and made it pause new user registration in 2021. On June 29 this year, the CAC approved the platform’s resumption of new user registrations. The firm claimed on its first-quarter earnings call that there had been over 45 million attempted new registrations by the end of May. [Sina, in Chinese]