Humorous Look At Performance Appraisals

Top : Humorous Look At Performance Appraisals - Time to lighten up and laugh about performance appraisals and employee reviews. Here you'll find humor and funny stories about performance appraisals.

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Management by Drive-By-Shooting.

By na - This is funny, except that it's not really meant to be funny, and it's a little more common and accurate than one might hope. Most Read Viewed 5980 Times )

Real Life Manager Gaffes

By na - A magazine recently ran a Dilbert quotes contest. They were looking for people to submit quotes from their real life Dilbert-type managers. Here are some of the submissions... Not about performance appraisals, but they are so good, they're worth reading for a chuckle, since they are real life. Most Read Viewed 6527 Times )

Performance Appraisal Cartoons 2

By na - A series of cartoons about performance appraisals Most Read Viewed 12009 Times )

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