Performance Appraisal Phrase Book: The Best Words, Phrases, and Techniques for Performace Reviews (Google eBook)

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Adams Media, Nov 1, 2003 - Business & Economics - 288 pages
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You'll never struggle with performance appraisals again!

Do you dread writing employee performance evaluations? Do you struggle for hours to find just the right words of praise, avoid repetition, and tread the fine line between "constructive" and "criticism"?

Performance Appraisal Phrase Book makes it easy for you. Featuring concise sections on how to write the evaluation, handle tricky legal issues, and verbally discuss the evaluation, this book also includes a directory of thousands of words and phrases appropriate for any type of written evaluation.

You'll be able to find just the right way to assess:

  • Accuracy and attention to detail
  • Quality of work
  • Work habits
  • Teamwork and interpersonal skills
  • Timeliness of work
  • Work attitude
With Performance Appraisal Phrase Book at your desk, you'll get through reviews in a snap--and have plenty of time left to accomplish all your other managerial duties.

  

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Handy

User Review  - scaleano - Overstock.com

The book is OK, give you useful sentences that you may not use in a day to day correspondence. I think is important that the expression of a performance evaluation make sense on the side of objectives ... Read full review

Useful Evaluation Tool

User Review  - maggie2014 - Overstock.com

I work for a large organization that has purchased this book for our supervisory staff to use as a tool to produce great, effective evaluations. This book contains great key words, phrases, etc to make that happen. We have been ordering this book for the past 4 years. Read full review

Contents

CAN PERFORMANCE REALLY BE EVALUATED?
1
INSIDER TIPS FOR EMPLOYEE EVALUATION
11
LEGAL MATTERS
21
STRATEGIES FOR DEALING WITH UNSATISFACTORY PERFORMANCE
27
QUALITATIVE ATTRIBUTES
31
QUANTITATIVE ATTRIBUTES
109
MANAGEMENT SKILLS
147
PERSONALITY AND HUMAN RELATIONS
201
PROFESSIONAL SKILLS
221
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
277
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Page 2 - As part of the initial company orientation, set aside a specific time to review the job description. During this time frame, the supervisor and the new employee should review the details of the job description to ensure a clear understanding of the objectives of the position.

About the author (2003)

Corey Sandler has written more than 150 books on business and other topics. He has worked as a director of a large state agency, as an executive for three national publishing companies, and was responsible for the hiring and supervising of many large staffs. He resides in Nantucket, MA.

Janice Keefe worked for Hearst Newspapers and an agency of the New York State government before joining Word Association, Inc., as manager. A resident of Nantucket, MA, she is the coauthor of 1001 Letters for All Occasions with Corey Sandler.

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