How to get a great year-end review

11/7/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

Before your year-end review, find your original job description and rank your performance in various areas, looking for examples of your strengths and noting how you helped the company save or make money, Robin Reshwan writes. "If your review isn't until January, you may request a preliminary meeting to get insight into your manager's perspective," Reshwan suggests.

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