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Life of an Architect Podcast Ep. 135: Employee Takeover

Life of an Architect Podcast

Life of an Architect Podcast Ep. 135: Employee Takeover


By Bob Borson, FAIA | October 2, 2023

A few episodes ago (Ep. 130, Employee Evaluations), Andrew and I were discussing the process and criteria used to assess and measure an individual employee’s performance when we made the point that there would be value in creating a process where upward evaluations could be implemented. Especially a process that allowed the employee to share their thoughts and opinions on what mattered to them from their managers, from their team leads, even their employers. We decided to have that discussion to do just that. Welcome to EP 135: Employee Takeover.

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