getting reviewed for the first time

Tomorrow at 10:00 a.m., I have an appointment with the CEO of my company for my 90-day review. It’s about a month late, but I had a ridiculously awesome week for numbers last week, which will hopefully end up in my favor for my first review with this company. I’m kind of excited since my last company gave us one review a year if we were lucky.

I’m working on filling out a form that we’ll discuss during my review. I have to answer questions like:

  1. List five strengths and five areas of improvement
  2. What do I like and dislike about my job?
  3. What are your key motivators?
  4. What are your overall feelings about Awesome Co.?
  5. If you could change one thing, what would it be?

You get the idea… THEY’RE HARD. I really love my job and can’t find one single aspect that I dislike about it, which is making parts of this form extremely freaking difficult.

I really love that the powers that be are this interested in their employees’ opinions. I’m overly excited about working there and can’t imagine doing anything other than this for a long time to come. It’s just really hard trying to convey that in a written form without sounding like a total kiss-ass. WHICH I TOTALLY AM NOT.

One Comment

  1. LOL! I don’t think there is any danger of anyone labeling you a kiss-ass! When Rose shows up at your place of employment tomorrow, she will be bearing salsa. If she doesn’t give it to you, ask her for it, because it means she probably forgot it in the car. She is predictable.

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