As human resources professionals search for novel ways to evaluate employee performance, employee self-reviews are becoming more and more commonplace.
Accounting Assistant (Current Employee) – banglore – 9 November 2016
Highlight the highlights. Don't be shy about letting your boss know how you have shone during the review period. This is the place to boast with grace and diplomacy and, naturally, without putting any of your colleagues down. Don't worry about modesty here; this is your opportunity to toot your own horn—and loudly.
Don't forget about achievements made early on in the performance review period. Your boss cannot possibly remember all of your projects and your participation. Go back over documents and e-mails to help you remember your earlier accomplishments.
Don't be stuffy. One of the benefits of a self-review is its tendency to lead to constructive dialogue between you and your supervisor. Try to write in a conversational style—one that is as natural as the verbal back-and-forth that will hopefully follow the completion of the self-review.
Solicit feedback from coworkers. Consider asking your colleagues what they think of your performance. Be careful, of course, to avoid platitudes, overly critical comments, and any other remarks that could take away from, rather than enhance, your self-review.
the favorable and the unfavorable factors or reasons; advantages and disadvantages.