The Dreaded Performance Review and How it Can Actually Be Beneficial

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This blog post would discuss practical aspects of performance reviews that would help both employers and employees. Some topics would include: clear communication and responsibilities and a timeline for certain job responsibilities.


Brooke  H.

Brooke H.

Lexington, Kentucky, United States

Brooke Harris is a freelance writer and writing instructor living in Lexington, KY. She loves to help people communicate their vision and has written several blog posts and content for corporate and non-profit organizations.

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