7 ways to take the pain out of performance reviews

01/21/2013 | Forbes

Performance reviews wouldn't be described so often as "box-ticking" exercises if managers took more time to prepare and clearly outlined to employees the topics covered in their reviews, Lisa Quast writes. "If you're doing your job properly throughout the year, then the annual performance appraisal should be merely one more discussion in the on-going dialog of how the employee is performing," Quast writes.

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