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Giving proper good reviews can be an intimidating process for both parties — especially if you’ve never been a part of the process before. Occasionally, the review process gets clouded with an air of negativity and judgment, but it should be an open forum for praise and constructive criticism. The manager can share what the employee does well — where they shine — and what areas the employee can improve upon. It’s an opportunity for growth and a discussion for the future.