At the mention of annual reviews even exceptional employees get an almost mad look on their faces along the lines of “Oh no I am going to be held accountable for my work. This is awful; this is scary.” However, if you manage the process, it doesn’t have to be scary.
Managing the process means writing a good, concise review while preparing well-thought-through development areas for the coming year. Here’s how to put in a strong review:
• Relax. First off, stop the panic.
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