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The Scoop on Crowdsourced Performance Reviews

If you’re accustomed to a traditional performance review, it may be time to adjust your thinking.

Eric Mosley, author of The Crowdsourced Performance Review, tells The New York Post┬áthe traditional annual review as we know it “remains frozen in time.”‘

He explains:

“There have been revolutions in knowledge and information management over the past 50 years, but areas within human resources, like performance reviews, have changed surprisingly little. Crowdsourcing has fundamentally changed the perception of value in the business world today. Incorporating this technology and approach to performance reviews via social recognition gives HR leaders the data they need to more accurately measure employee performance.” Read more

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Three Ways to Ace the Long Distance Performance Review

It’s a virtual workplace, right? So, it’s no surprise when you’re doing your mid-year or even year-end review that your boss may be conducting it from San Francisco while you’re working from home in Boston.

Whatever the case, there are a few ways to make an indelible, positive impression on your supervisor throughout the year from a distance.

Assuming your boss follows these guidelines to review your performance from the Harvard Business Review, you should be good to go. Read more

Four Things to Remember to Ask During Your Annual Review

Whether your year-end review pops up after Labor Day, in early spring or even June, chances are as a full-time employee there are metrics in place to measure your importance.

As such, your pals here at MJD are doing our part to remind you of key things to ask during the year-end meeting, as inspired by a piece on The Daily Muse.

1. Areas for growth. For starters, a review may feel good when you get accolades for a job well done but you can get even more out of the meeting when you ask your performance manager what you should focus on and more importantly, how you can get there.

The key as well to valuable meetings is knowing your manager’s abilities. While you should leverage the meeting as a growth opportunity, realize not all managers are created equal and your boss may not even be able to provide you with productive feedback. Read more