Reviewing the performance review

05/20/2010 | Small Business Trends

Employee performance reviews can be stressful and make workers and managers unhappy and unproductive, so Tim Berry is happy to see them falling out of favor. He recounts some performance-review horror stories and offers alternative evaluation methods he thinks are more effective, including objective metrics and ad-hoc instant feedback.

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