Conducting Employee Performance Reviews

This Note addresses employee performance reviews, including the benefits and potential risks of conducting reviews, how reviews can be used in employment litigation and practical tips for conducting effective reviews. This Note addresses federal law. For information on state law requirements, see the State Q&A Tool under Related Content.

Bruce A. Griggs, Ogletree Deakins Nash Smoak & Stewart P.C., with Practical Law Labor & Employment


 

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