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Job Appraisal Approaches and How to Get the Most Out of Your Employees

Critical feedback doesn’t always lead to improved performance

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You are called into a meeting. This meeting has been in the works for a while now. You have an idea of what the appointment entails. It’s about you; you’ll be put to the grinder. Your work will be evaluated, and your boss has a list jotted…




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Jax Hudur

Jax Hudur

I write about history, politics and true crime. Not to mention anything else that takes my fancy. “No special talents. Only passionately curious.” AE

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