Get Rid Of Performance Reviews

10 Jul


Why is it that HR managers often have to nag managers into doing their performance reviews?  Could it be that the annual performance review has some flaws that managers know – but attorneys don’t?  For a provocative article on the problems of making annual reviews work, consider a recent article in the WSJ entitled Get Rid of Performance Reviews.

 Or better yet go to What Did You Say – Feedback?

If you must do annual reviews, consider these four questions:

  • What have you accomplished this last year, make your best case?
  • What haven’t you accomplished? Why?
  • What do you hope to accomplish this upcoming year?
  • How can I help you?


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