Ace Your Next Review With These Tips

May 2012
TeamWork;May2012, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p5
The article provides information on prior planning for a successful perfor-mance review. It presents suggestions including preparation of job description, use of positive language for interacting with supervisors and discussing career opportunities for planning. Bonnie Ginman, head of the medical assistant training program at the Branford Hall Career Institute in Springfield, Massachusetts, states that supervisors seek dedication in employees which can be developed by a little thought.


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