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How to Prepare for an Evaluation
You landed your first job, set right to work, and now you are eager for feedback on your performance.
Many companies have regularly scheduled employee evaluations. If your employer does not, it may be beneficial to request one. You should treat this meeting with the same level of importance as your would a salary negotiation.
Tory Johnson is the CEO of Women For Hire and the Workplace Contributor on ABC's Good Morning America. She co-authored Take This Book to Work: How to Ask For (and Get) Money, Fulfillment and Advancement, which was released in paperback in September 2007. Connect with her at www.womenforhire.com
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