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Peer Improvement Form

This form asks how a fellow employee can improve their value to the company or employer, and likewise how you or the company or employer can improve your value to that employee. A full range of subject areas are covered. After the subject area headings, you will be given an example of some of the sub-categories that can be considered in formulating your response. Do not consider this a limitation, but merely as an example. Some areas may have little or no application to the employee being reviewed.

For each of the subject areas listed, please indicate how the employee, company or employer, or you can improve or add value to this employee’s performance in that particular subject area. For example, you may say that ………………… (name) can “improve his communication skills by listening better and by speaking louder, especially during group meetings.” Or, you may also add that “the company can support ……………… (name) effort by allowing him or her to use some of the audio-visual equipment maintained by the sales department.”

Be honest, positive, understanding and most of all, think about how the employee can improve. Try not to be vague. Cite specific suggestions and examples. If you believe the employee has shortcomings, focus on the conduct, not on the person.

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CM Advocates LLP Service Agreement template sets out:

  • the terms of the relationship;
  • the rights, responsibilities and obligations of the service provider and principal; and
  • business processes such as payment, fees and invoicing.
  • an unpaid invoices collection clause;
  • a confidentiality clause;
  • the ability for the service provider to be paid on commission;
  • a subcontracting clause allowing the principal to restrict the ability of the service provider to subcontract the services;
  • a sophisticated dispute resolution clause;
  • a sophisticated workplace health and safety clause;
  • a non-compete clause;
  • a provision to protect your intellectual property and to allow the service provider to use it, if required; and
  • additional provisions in related to the rights, responsibilities and obligations of the service provider and principal, particularly if agreement has been reached on particular issues.

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