Poll: How Do You Deal With Negative Performance Reviews?
As employees, we always want to make sure we're performing to the best of our ability on the job. Finding employment is tough enough in today’s job market, so it would be wise for us to make sure we keep our jobs for our professional and financial stability. Performance reviews are part of the work process. Hiring managers take it upon themselves to assign managers to conduct annual performance reviews to make sure the company has the best employees. But performance reviews aren’t always positive, and though we may not think it can happen to us, sometimes our bosses don’t think we're working up to our full potential. How do you deal with negative performance reviews? Please take our poll and tell us what you think in the comment section below! [poll id="133"] Photo Credit: Shutterstock
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