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June 14, 2010

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Most of that is covered on the paperwork we have to fill out for our performance reviews. It was getting repetitive when we had reviews every 6 months, but it makes more sense now that we only have annual reviews.

This was very timely since I just received my annual review. I kept being told that I need to initiate conversation with my boss who is not very open or communicative. That suggestion made my stomach hurt.

99.999% of the time your boss's opinion is already formed by the time you sit down with them. At best you may be able to support (or defend) your work. But if it's going to be good it will be, if it's going to be bad it will be.

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