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Performance appraisal

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Johnnie Moore

I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

How’s this for a bit of er… 360 degree appraisal? Staff at a Vancouver coffee house give their boss some useful feedback.

Spotted by AdPulp via Darren Barefoot via Beyond Robson‘s Vancouver Blog.

UPDATE: Phil Gerbyshak has a spot-on comment on this: Employees tend to quit their bosses not their companies

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