When you write a peer review for a manuscript, what should you include in your comments? What should you leave out? And how should the review be formatted? This will also help you keep your comments organized.
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You may be asked to provide feedback about another employee as part of a degree review. When a manager delivers this feedback, your coworkers can benefit from your frank comments in the context of an overall review. The goal of this feedback is to help the employee improve their performance and become a better contributor at work. The typical employee is not comfortable giving feedback directly to a colleague, especially if it's less than positive.