What Makes a Performance Review Productive

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This post will discuss the difference between effective and ineffective performance reviews and how employers can get the most out of the performance review process.


Nancy L.

Nancy L.

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

I am a writer based in BC Canada who specializes in short non-fiction. In addition to having experience writing about a broad range of subjects, I currently work in public education (K-12) supporting learners with exceptional needs such as Autism and ADHD. I have a background ...

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