How to make performance reviews work for you

You can – and should – use performance reviews as an opportunity to chat about your role in the company and take the next step in your career

19th January, 2020
How to make performance reviews work for you
Performance reviews are an opportunity to discuss your role in the company and take the next step in your career. Picture: Getty

Contrary to popular opinion, performance reviews aren’t organised by bosses or HR departments to terrify or criticise staff. Nor are they meant to be some kind of endurance test.

Instead, they are a potential means for employees to take the next step in their career. It should be an honest, open process where workers get to review their own performance, receive constructive feedback, and structure goals and key performance indicators for the coming...

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