Posted on June 5, 2015

Performance reviews help nonprofit organizations establish, communicate, and enforce their expectations for employees. At the same time, they can provide facts and evidence to support employment decisions, and to defend against legal claims. This article describes how to implement an effective performance review process in your organization to help engage and empower your employees, create open lines of communication between employees and management, and achieve the organization’s performance goals.

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