Performance indicators / KPIs / OKRs: does your employer have them?
The least pleasant thing about my job; worse even than the low TC. The company I joined out of college was acquired by an Amazon-like corporate behemoth with a CEO who loves these things. Every employee has to set six to eight goals every half year, and meet them or risk a salary cut. You have to describe in detail how you will go about accomplishing each goal beforehand, and at the end employee and manager each have to write a paragraph on how well you did. There is also a long section where you describe how well you embody the company's values and what you plan to do in the future to further live up to them.
It is absolute, total misery -- compounded by the fact that all the small problems and opportunities to refine our operations were ironed out years ago, before this KPI-obsessed system came in.
Does your job have these? How many; how often? What do you think of them?