Bad performance reviews are rarely welcomed—especially when they’re unexpected. Employees who believe they are performing satisfactorily, only to receive poor reviews, will not be happy. Worse, they could lose faith in their managers and become disengaged from their jobs altogether. Therefore, it is imperative that you, as a manager, do a few simple things to ensure that your employees constantly know where they stand.
Human capital is one of a company’s most valuable assets. Managers cannot forget that and must remember that employees should be a No. 1 priority.
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