Tuning-Up Performance — Fiorenza
Organizations should take an honest look at themselves, the overload of overall day-to-day responsibilities, and the downside to administering ill conceived and poorly thought out evaluation procedures. If it is unrealistic for your organization to truly commit to a positive and effective employment evaluation system, consider eliminating the formal process altogether. PI
About the Author
Nicholas J. Fiorenza is managing partner of the employment law firm of Ferrara, Fiorenza, Larrison, Barrett & Reitz, P.C., and longtime association counsel to the Printing and Imaging Association of New York State and its members. He is also president of Delacroix Consulting Group, the human resources consulting component of the law firm. For more information, visit www.ferrarafirm.com.