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Give Yourself A Mid-Year Evaluation

Career Tip: Give Yourself A Mid-Year Evaluation

A few of us here at Sugar HQ have been lamenting about how quickly this year is going and are finding it difficult to believe the year is half-way over. Rather than focus on the time that has gone by, we should look ahead to the next six months and make some short-term goals to keep us on track.

Many companies traditionally hold year-end evaluations some time in December to review employees' overall job performance. Give yourself a mid-year evaluation to determine which areas you should try to improve upon during the next six months. Your employer is looking for accomplishments and signs of improvement, so any renewed effort on your part will help your year-end review.


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Row-D Row-D 9 years
Good reminder to take stock. Nobody wants to be blindsided during the annual review about things we could've done better. (And yes, I speak from experience...)
MelissaIsTheBest MelissaIsTheBest 9 years
Thanks for the great tip! Most people's personal email accounts can send a reminder.... regardless of where you work or if you've had a job change recently! :)
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