Of course you’re great. Why do you need to have an annual review to tell your boss? Our Agile Architect talks about an agile approach to the employee review process.
Many companies have an annual employee review process that takes up a good portion of the holiday season. You may be experiencing this right now; I know that I am.
In most companies I’ve worked for, the annual review is tied to compensation and used to separate the wheat from the chaff in terms of performance of individuals in the company. Depending on the size of your company, the people deciding on your performance (and therefore your raise) may not even know who you are. Because annual reviews are performed annually, we may only get one shot at making a good impression, despite all the hard work throughout the year.
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