Performance Reviews 业绩评估
A：Let's go over Friday' s performance reviews.
B：Most of them were pretty positive. Take Tom Clark for example. He's extroverted, which makes him a very effective salesman. You can see his sales for this quarter are a record high for our company. He's also easygoing and very friendly. Add that to his good looks, and you can see why he' s so popular, in and out of the office!
A：Yes, I've also heard that he's a lady's man. Well, that is actually a strike against him in the performance review. It seems like he has trouble keeping his private life and professional life separate. He has been involved in several office romances that have been detrimental to employee professionalism and performance.
B：He was censored for the two incidents, and since then, he has corrected his behavior. I think that says a lot for his character.
A：Do you recommend him for a raise, then?
B：I think he's deserving of a promotion because he has brought a lot of profit to the company.
A：What about John Martin? His report wasn' t so hot. He's always making excuses, he has no common sense, and he lacks responsibility.
B：You can see his sales record is less than impressive. He is hard to deal with. After disciplinary action, he complained to the Board of Directors with charges of discrimination. It seems he always ignores his faults and criticizes others.
A：Just between you and me, I can' t stand the guy. But it's very difficult to fire him. He landed this position because of his parents. They are very influential stockholders.