A 6-Point Plan For Performance Reviews

We all sympathize with employees facing performance reviews. No one likes to be evaluated, especially by their boss, and the entire ordeal can be quite nerve-racking. What we forget, however, is that the same feeling of dread employees experience at this time is also (at least in part) felt by their bosses.


You should be a bit more animated when conducting performance reviews.

Addressing an employee’s shortcomings is awkward, and doing so while maintaining good will is a huge challenge. Nonetheless, performance reviews are necessary. They help determine compensation, hold employees accountable, and, when done correctly, increase worker productivity. (more…)