Lay the groundwork now for a great annual performance review

Employees can dread their annual performance reviews if they view them as single, isolated, epic events. But performance reviews are intended to be a process — not one major event. Performance reviews should happen throughout the year in a series of regular conversations with your supervisor.

Why? Ongoing feedback on your performance means less work and less stress at your more formal annual review by:

Meet with your supervisor four times a year

Make sure you’re meeting with your supervisor at least quarterly to review your goals and performance. Take ownership of these meetings by scheduling them and:

When it’s time for your annual review, simply look back over your quarterly notes, summarize them and you’re done.

Published Jun 30, 2015



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