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  • Three elements your performance incentives must contain
  • Three elements your performance incentives must contain
    Performance incentives are beneficial for one obvious reason, is they help get what you want out of your employees, to help further your company. In other words, they help to ensure top-notch performance in your workplace. You see, performance incentives carry an opportunity for reward. And so they act as a motivational tool, encouraging all employees in the workplace to go the extra mile for y... ››› more
  • [07 June 2016]
  • Answer 'YES' to these eight questions before dismissing a poor performer
  • Answer 'YES' to these eight questions before dismissing a poor performer
    Do you have an employee who: · Makes many mistakes without showing any indication of learning from them; · Provides poor quality services; and · Overall, just doesn't deliver on what you expect of him? If so, then you have a poor performer on your hands. And the chances are that your patience is beginning to wear thin, to the point where you'll run to HR and dema... ››› more
  • [06 June 2016]
  • An effective alternative to dealing with poor performers
  • An effective alternative to dealing with poor performers
    No employer has time for a poorly performing employee because they consistently fail to deliver on what's expected of them in them in the workplace. Should you spot a poor performer in your own workplace, the chances are you'll want to take drastic action - specifically dismissal. But before you go ahead and jump the gun here, it's worth taking a step back and considering the power of one al... ››› more
  • [24 May 2016]
  • Three tips to prevent poor performers entering your workplace
  • Three tips to prevent poor performers entering your workplace
    Are you as an employer sick and tired of poor performers in the workplace? I'm sure you are! After all, it's not just about the mistakes and poor quality work poor performers produce, but it's about all the time you have to give up when dealing with them. But you really don't have to go through all this in your workplace. All you need to do is prevent poor performers from entering your workplac... ››› more
  • [24 May 2016]
  • Which performance appraisal method is best suited for your company? Find out here
  • Which performance appraisal method is best suited for your company? Find out here
    Performance appraisals (reviews) measure how well an employee is performing at work against specific measurement criteria. They are important to your company as they can help you identify and remove any obstacles to achieving targets, and in so doing enhance overall performance in your company. But before you implement a performance appraisal, you should first decide on which one is best s... ››› more
  • [24 May 2016]
  • Can your workplace support the '360 degree' performance review method? Find out here
  • Can your workplace support the '360 degree' performance review method? Find out here
    There are several performance appraisal methods that can be used when reviewing your employees' overall performance in the workplace, and one of the most effective, has to be the 360 degree feedback method. It involves getting feedback, on the employee's performance, from all the relevant stakeholders of the employee concerned. These stakeholders will include team members, reporting employees,... ››› more
  • [23 May 2016]
  • Three top tips for paying performance bonuses
  • Three top tips for paying performance bonuses
    Performance bonuses can be very beneficial to any company as they encourage employees to work harder through a reward system. In other words, your bonus will be based on the performance of an employee. And should he meet a particular target, you'll reward. Now it is only once an employee has reached his targets that you'll reward him, and that's why so many employers favour this over fixed bonu... ››› more
  • [23 May 2016]
  • Two common mistakes employers make when conducting performance reviews
  • Two common mistakes employers make when conducting performance reviews
    Performance reviews are an invaluable asset when it comes to increasing performance in the workplace. But it's a double-edged sword. You see, many employers dread performance reviews because while they have the potential to see as much as a 20% increase in overall performance in the workplace, just one mistake could actually result in lower performance than before, because of employees feeling ... ››› more
  • [20 May 2016]
  • Four tips for developing an effective performance contract
  • Four tips for developing an effective performance contract
    When your employees sign a performance contract, they agree to all the performance targets you've set for them. And so should they not meet any of them, you'll have sufficient evidence to prove poor performance, especially when dismissing them. That's why is highly advised you implement performance contracts in your workplace. So to help you set up an effective performance contract for your ... ››› more
  • [19 May 2016]
  • The greatest tool you have for managing poor performers in the workplace
  • If there's one thing every employer dislikes, it's a poor performing employee. And the unfortunate reality is that poor performers will always be around as long as there are workplaces. But that doesn't mean you're can't manage them effectively. Instead, you can and should take action when dealing with poor performers in your workplace. And the first step to doing this is through setting perfor... ››› more
  • [18 May 2016]
  • Take these two measures if ever you're unable to pay performance bonuses
  • Let's say your company offers performance bonuses to all employees, and this is clearly stated in all your contracts of employment, but you go through a really tough year and can't afford to pay them. What then? After all, you've already stated that you would pay them and now you can't. Not only do you feel like you've let your performing employees down, but you're also concerned about the leg... ››› more
  • [05 May 2016]
  • 1 underestimated motivational factor employers should know to promote peak performance
  • As an employer, you want to get peak performance out of your employees. This a no-brainer! And one the most important ways to ensure this is to create a motivational working environment. But after doing some reading today, it would appear that there are some seriously underestimated motivational factors which could significantly increase employee performance. And one of them has to do with... ››› more
  • [11 April 2016]
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