Giving Job Evaluations

 

Truthfully…

If you are a manager, when you see the words:

JOB EVALUATION

on your calendar,  what thoughts creep  into your mind?

Do you look forward to them or dread them?

If you dread them, you’re not alone.  However, if you are one of the few who DO look forward to them, my next question is:

Does the person on the receiving end also look forward to them?

There is a simple

solution to

effective and easy

job evaluations

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You know you’re on track if the

evaluation is simply a formality.

If there are surprises

however,

something is wrong.

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