Avoid e-mail in the peer-review process

06/21/2010 | HRMorning.com

Asking employees to submit performance reviews of co-workers in e-mail could cause legal problems down the road because the comments could be used in a lawsuit, Tim Gould writes. "Your best bet is to have employees peer review co-workers in person to a supervisor, who can then summarize their comments in an official written report."

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