If you believe you’re a top performer at work, you’re not alone. An impossible 90% of managers think they’re among the top 10% of performers in their workplace, according to a BusinessWeek poll of 2,000 managers.
Advice: Realisticand regular feedback can erase this “Lake Wobegon effect” in your workplace.
- Workplace violence: Florida law opens liability beyond workers' comp
- Document warnings to chronically late worker
- Use peer job reviews to fight rising bias claims
- Help managers understand the Age Discrimination in Employment Act
- Don't expect access to employees' past job records to prove poor performance