Nothing like writing employee yearly reviews

06 Jan 2013 admin In G+ Posts

Comments: 10

  1. Chris Faithfull 6 Jan 2013 Reply

    Can I get you a coffee ? … oh oops wrong boss , haha.

  2. Brent Burzycki 6 Jan 2013 Reply

    I am a fair boss per my employees…. And the need to separate personal life issues from work issues…. It's fun to be a boss / manager….. Hard thou in today world of entitlement even when some do not pull their weight

  3. Chris Faithfull 6 Jan 2013 Reply

    Yeah i used to work for a larger company and same pay for all , regardless of effort was always a sore spot , good luck gotta do what ya gotta do .

  4. Brent Burzycki 6 Jan 2013 Reply

    I am all for paying by performance….. But it's interesting how different my idea of performance is vs. An employees….

  5. Chris Faithfull 6 Jan 2013 Reply

    Yeah you can't keep everyone happy all the time …

  6. Brent Burzycki 7 Jan 2013 Reply

    When they say show me the money all I ask for is them to show me why?….. Worst thing you can do as an employee in my eyes is not have your Data in order…. Or you think you do something and cannot back it up with details….. Fail..

  7. Chris Faithfull 7 Jan 2013 Reply

    true on so many levels

  8. Daryl Butcher 7 Jan 2013 Reply

    Well, the last time I did that (as employee) the boss (real nice guy) said he couldn't meet my expectations.  So I gave him my badge, a copy of my most recent offer and walked out and doubled my income.  And that is WHY.  No regrets.  I immediately got a half dozen offers in the same company that I was leaving but left anyway.

  9. Brent Burzycki 7 Jan 2013 Reply

    And that is something both employees and employers need to do sometime…

  10. Daryl Butcher 7 Jan 2013 Reply

    Yep.  There are sometimes artificial constraints applied that do not make sense.  Particularly in the gov. sector or gov. contractors imposed by the gov.  I only quit two jobs and both of them made DRAMATIC upward changes in my ability to contribute and be rewarded for the contribution.  Record: 9 years and then 16 years and then 29 years independent.  Guess what was most rewarding.  Yes that adds up to 54 years … I graduated in '59 and I am still working and can work rings round most.  Haven't had to drive to work for nearly 30 years.

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