Profile of an Employee Review

Many small-business owners know that annual employee reviews are frequently awkward tasks. But the owner of a San Diego–based business recently handled one with relative ease and effectiveness—meaning, the jeweler got positive performance from a poor-performing employee. In order for JCK to divulge the details of this review, identities must be kept anonymous to respect the privacy of the business and staff. Subject for review: An employee of eight months who acts as a communications assistant, including writing press releases. The review process: An employee fills out a questionnaire created by the employer. Included on the form were questions about the employee's responsibilities, job likes and dislikes, an area to indicate where self-improvement is needed, query about the subject's happiness in his position, what skills he gleans from the position, and whether or not he stil

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