How to Prepare for Job Performance Evaluation

10 ways you can be ready for work evaluation

It's a good idea to be prepared for your performance review (Image: Thinkstock)

Corporate companies must adhere to rules and regulations when it comes to grading employee performance. Cultivating a positive, working relationship within a certain time frame and standing out in a group can translate into a great evaluation in the short term and a propitious career for you in the long term. Before the sit-down conversation with your boss, there are several ways to ace your yearly review.

1. Writing one-page summaries of current projects

Depending on your job, there is an expectation for employees to have acquired skill sets and knowledge to perform essential duties. If you’re given specific details on a project, you must be up-to-speed with note-taking, discussions or events before a deadline. One of the ways employees can accomplish a task with little to no errors is to jot down a one-page summary for a current assignment. This lets clients, co-workers and superiors know that not only are you organized, you understand the task at hand .

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