How to put employee evaluations to work

09/13/2010 | Three Star Leadership blog

For better or worse, employee evaluations are a part of a manager's duties, but they don't have to be a chore, Wally Bock writes. Communicate with your employees often so there are no surprises during the evaluation, give informal advice before evaluations on how to improve performance and let employees know when you are documenting bad behavior.

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