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  • Three top performance appraisal methods you can use in your company!
  • Performance appraisal management uses several means for getting the best possible results. To determine what will work for your company, you need to analyse and understand what works for your structure and what applies to a specific business. Nevertheless, most of these methods bring good results to almost any company and besides implementing the process in a proper way, the follow-up is essent... ››› more
  • [28 May 2015]
  • Revealed: The various roles of Strategic Performance Management
  • Before we discuss the various roles involved in strategic performance management (SPM), let's reiterate the fact that a SPM mainly refers to ways of implementing and reformulating strategies, communicating key objectives together with corporate priorities, also providing strategic alignment, supporting process improvement and innovation. As such the roles of SPM imply "promoting specific behavi... ››› more
  • [27 May 2015]
  • Five actions to take before you fire your poor performing employee
  • James, one of your employees, doesn't perform his duties or meet the expectations. You've had a few performance meetings with him, but he's still not pulling up his weight. Even worse, he's now dragging your whole team down! So what do you do, fire him? No, legally, you can't fire him. But you can take these five actions to help him improve his performance. Keep reading below... ... ››› more
  • [26 May 2015]
  • 360 Degree Feedback Programs don't work! Here are seven reasons that prove it
  • While some swear by the 360 degree feedback, other specialists gather reasons against this method of reviewing performance. As we've previously explained, the process implies that the employee receives feedback from his superiors and also colleagues, regarding strengths and weak points. When done efficiently, 360 programs "allow all your team members to improve in key areas that might be li... ››› more
  • [25 May 2015]
  • What are the consequences of a poorly structured performance management process?
  • Everyone wants to be able to implement an effective performance management process. This helps you to evaluate and measure individual performance. Moreover, when it comes to an increased productivity, this can only be possible if you make sure the everyday actions fit the main strategic business goals. Doing this also offers "visibility and clarifying accountability related to performance ex... ››› more
  • [25 May 2015]
  • How to choose the right performance management program for your company
  • It is true that many performance programs are efficient and that companies that use them bloom. At the same time, lots of these programs try to sell something they don't, in fact, offer you or your company. Especially if they promise you that it's going to be easy when, truth is, performance management involves a lot of efforts, long-term commitment and hard work. So how do you pick the best... ››› more
  • [22 May 2015]
  • Use these five tips to make employee self-evaluations work
  • While many companies talk about the need for a new system when it comes to employee performance and performance management system, you still need to use self-evaluation. Certain specialists in the HR domain remind us that some companies place an important focus on self-evaluations while other companies only see the process as a simple formality. "The self-assessment is an essential part of p... ››› more
  • [21 May 2015]
  • Five tested paths to an effective performance review
  • It's essential to conduct performance assessments because your company will be able to improve employee performance and their professional goals will be reached. Together, your business reaches its objectives if your performance review system is effective. To make it so, here are some useful tips to use to conduct employee reviews and performance evaluations that add value to your company. C... ››› more
  • [21 May 2015]
  • Performance and your employees: What's the best way to measure it?
  • If your business is still small, you won't have many issues regarding performance management. But, the more employees you have, the sooner you should think about implementing a proper performance measurement system. Here are two effective ways of measuring their performance: #1: Measuring performance through meetings and appraisals Informal meetings and more formal appraisals offer a mo... ››› more
  • [20 May 2015]
  • Five ways HR technology can improve your employees' performance reviews
  • Most specialists in the HR department will tell you that performance reviews are no longer the best method for improving employees performance and obtain better results. As studies show, the tendency is to respond in a negative manner when it comes to critical feedback given through a performance review. And the result is that while you want a better employee, you'll have to deal with less moti... ››› more
  • [18 May 2015]
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