Five Things NOT to Do When Giving Employees Feedback

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Giving employees feedback is an important way to keep communication open, but when given the wrong way, it may end up causing more harm than good. The wrong approach can make employees feel underappreciated and uninterested in striving to do a better job. Here are 5 things NOT to do when giving employees feedback.

Provide Feedback Only During an Annual Performance Review

Employees need to receive regular communication on what they’re doing right and what could be improved. If the only feedback you provide is during the annual review, some of what you say may come as a complete surprise

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