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What are the differences between writing an evaluative essay and writing an evaluation for an employee? What are the similarities?

How does the business of evaluation contrast with the art of evaluation? What are the differences in your expectations if you are reading an evaluation of yourself or reading an evaluation of an idea? How should the writing differ?

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