Polish Your Performance Reviews

May 2013
Successful Supervisor;May2013, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p1
The article offers tips on how to make performance reviews for employees more useful. It suggests that employee performance must be documented and worker input can be solicited to list the best qualities and accomplishments of an employee. It also recommends that appraisal must be well written and should tell workers the steps they need to take in order to improve.


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