Performance Reviews: No Need to Pull Teeth

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By Steven E. Sacks
The NEW Fundamentals: Practical Guidance for Today’s Accounting Firms

Firms either employ a formalized, thoughtful and comprehensive approach to evaluate employees, or they just use their gut instinct on a timeline that is not consistent. In any event, the amount of effort expended will yield a proportionate return on investment.

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There are, however, situations in which companies go overboard in their quest to acquire information and deliver their findings through a process that is slow and plodding.