How not to fail at evaluating your employees

09/12/2011 | BNET

It's easy for managers to become lackadaisical about employee evaluations, but doing so can hurt employee performance, Jeff Haden writes. He lists 10 ways for a manager to ruin an evaluation such as by focusing on attitude instead of behavior or asking employees to rate their own performance. "A poor employee is unlikely to rate themselves as poor, turning what could have been a constructive discussion into an argument," he writes.

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