Time & Attendance
Prevent Call Outs
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By Staff Report
Apr. 18, 2012
Dear Expertise, Please:
You have hit on one of the challenges in employee reviews. Many times, managers tend to evaluate employees based on a personal bias. To completely eliminate bias from the review process, it’s essential to focus more directly on the job itself.
Therefore, the real solution would be to ask only job-related questions.
If you are able to tailor the questions to the job, it really makes no difference whether the questions on the self-assessment document match those of the employee review document.
SOURCE: Bill Bonnstetter, chairman, Target Training International, Scottsdale, Arizona
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