Top 12 Performance Appraisal Meeting Dos and Don’ts

Over the years, improvements have been made to the tools and methodology of measuring and documenting employee performance. One thing has remained constant however—the awkward and tension-filled one-on-one performance appraisal meeting. That’s why you need to focus on the twelve major “dos and don’ts” that will help deliver maximum productivity and effectivity from the dreaded performance appraisal meeting.

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