So I started a new job about 3 months ago, and was told that my 3 month review was going to be soon. From all of the words I've gotten from the C-suite, my performance has exceeded all expectations they've had for me, and they are incredibly happy with my work. This includes my manager, who is the controller.
I'd like to see where I can improve, because I never feel like my work is good enough (there's always more to learn), and being a new employee I want to provide even more value to the company. So my 90 days has come and passed, and my boss has said a few times that she'll tell me when my performance review is, but I know her work load is huge, and we haven't had the review yet.
In my last job, I was fleeced into the "We'll look at your performance for a raise at your next review" and was strung along despite O's (highest grade) across the board. I'd understand if they have issues with my performance, or are scared that I'll ask for a raise and don't want to lose the value I provide, but that doesn't sit well with me.
I was told when I joined that there was a lot of extra money for me to grow into after my review period was completed, so it's not a shortage of money that's preventing it. I've been groomed in an environment in which performance reviews are a bit of a taboo subject, but I'd like to bring this to my boss without interrupting her schedule too much. She says that she'll work on it, but if we go too long, I know she'll just let it die, and she doesn't see it as a huge priority.
How can I schedule my own performance review (which she said she'd call me in for) with my boss?
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