How to recover from a dismal performance review

05/26/2010 | Kansas City Star (Mo.), The

To recover from a bad job-performance evaluation, begin checking in regularly with your boss to make sure you're meeting goals, Marie G. McIntyre writes. "Although such frequent feedback may sound like torture, it's actually to your benefit. Otherwise, you won't know whether you've succeeded in shifting your boss's perceptions," she writes.

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