Re: FWD: What to do about a recommendation?
The *best* course is to grow a spine, sit down with the
contractor and provide an honest end-of-contract review.
The contractor's contributions were obviously good enough
that the OP was not moved to fire the person. The OP got as
good out of the contract as he/she was willing to put into it.
I'd go one step further and say the "best" course of action is for the
mananer to provide the feedback along the way, this way there are
measurements for improvement along the way. If you keep everything
until the end, and the project ships on time, you have a pretty weak
case for improvement.
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