It's not every day we receive advice in our business from a U.S. President, past or present, living or dead. Theodore Roosevelt (popularly referred to by historians as "TR") is thought of as a superb manager as president and in other chapters of his career: politics, events, departments, and especially people. So reports OmegaHRSolutions.
They have been a staple of corporate life for half a century or more. Employees dread them. Bosses routinely put them off until they have to be done. HR executives regard them as a necessary metric – for lack of a better one – for evaluating an employee’s performance on an annual basis.