Annual review

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Question: It's "annual review" time in our office.  Each year, my supervisor asks me to write my own review and then we discuss it before he writes the final version.  Since I know my job so well, I work independently and require no supervision.  One of the questions on the evaluation form asks for "outstanding accomplishment(s) since the last review."  I've been working at the same job for 27 years and am running out of adjectives to describe how great a job I do.  There's nothing "new" to report and I'm concerned that I won't get the raise I think I deserve.  How do you handle your annual evaluation without repeating the same things year after year?  -- Anonymous


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I would ask your supervisor for objectives for you to meet, then at year end show him/her how well you met those objectives. It is up to the supervisor to direct the employees, and if they are...(register to read more)

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