Link performance to bottom-line results

08/5/2009 | CubeRules.com

Be specific about your achievements when writing your performance review, Scot Herrick writes, because those self-evaluations are often a key component of determining your next raise. Having specific facts and figures can help managers justify a raise, he writes, even if the company is looking to trim the budget.

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