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Block inadvertent bias from creeping into reviews

When drafting performance reviews, every manager aims to be fair and consistent. But research shows that, too often, a concept known as "rater bias” can subtly—and inadvertently—influence a manager's ratings. This can result in either artificially low or artificially high ratings...
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