by Samuel A. Culbert and Lawrence Rout
July 8, 2010 Employee performance reviews should be eliminated, according to Samuel Culbert: "First, they're dishonest and fraudulent. And second, they're just plain bad management." The UCLA business professor has written a new book expanding on that view.
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