After hiring your employees continue to invest in them by ongoing training and feedback. We’ll explore performance management in all it’s aspects, including tools and software, training methods and more!
From the time we could walk and talk, we’ve been making mistakes — it’s what makes us inherently human. In business, the path to success is fraught with faux pas. It’s not avoiding mistakes, but how we react to those mistakes that makes us better leaders.
Sick building syndrome, or SBS, is an illness that affects hundreds of office workers each year, although for many it goes undiagnosed. What are some easy ways you can prevent SBS and improve the health of your workers?
Is your organization considering alternative work schedules as an employee benefit? There are many reasons to implement flexible work schedules. Here’s a guide to help your organization’s human resource department understand why this is a good option to consider and how to make it happen.
Establishing customer loyalty increases a business’s revenues. To gain customer loyalty, businesses focus on prices and customer rewards. However, the attitudes and investment of a business’s employees has a significant and important impact on customer loyalty that should not be ignored.
The reasons why employees have a negative outlook can be as varied as each person’s personality. There are, however, some issues that cause unenthusiastic attitudes in the workplace. Find out what to watch for as well as ways to keep them from happening in the first place.
You might just think you’re the perfect boss. Chances are if that’s what you believe, your face is at the center of a few dartboards. Maybe bosses aren’t made to be loved and all those other clichés…but read on and see if you’re guilty of these top 10 ways to guarantee your staff will hate you.
Managing a talented workforce involves ensuring your company has the right employees to achieve its strategic objectives. Successful Human Resource professionals recruit, hire, train and provide career development for all employees at their companies. Learn more here!
Employee coaching provides an alternative supplement to formal training. The coach and the employee collaborate toward improving an employee’s job performance to overcome problems or issues. Effective coaching strategies include developing a plan, monitoring progress and evaluating results.
From start-ups to companies that have been in business for several years, human resource management systems offer a safeguard for keeping employee administration on track. Knowing the right time and options available are as important as hiring staff, leading to strong company growth and profit.
Some weighted averages used in HR performance evaluations include 360-degree feedbacks, productivity evaluations, and attendance. Companies use these averages to better evaluate an employee’s performance across many different facets, which aren’t always equally important to a business.
The 360° feedback method provides a comprehensive way for a manager to obtain performance review input on his employees from peers, subordinates, customers and superiors. Implementing this type of performance measurement is easy with 360 feedback assessment tools to administer the process.
It’s Friday morning, your vacation starts next Monday and you have a stack of employee reviews to complete—Ugh! Most supervisors hate performance appraisal time but your disinterest in completing them may be your fault.
Measuring employee performance is a crucial activity of the Human Resource team. A predefined time based performance measure template incorporating the relevant key performance related variables allows the HR team to track employee performance with consistency, and make appropriate interventions.
Measuring the performance of call center employees can be tricky, even if you’re using some of the standard metrics. Here’s a critical analysis that will open your eyes to how even the topmost metrics can fail in real situations.
The executive coaching process can have a profound impact on a business’ financial bottom line. It bridges the occasionally wide chasm between company goals and individual needs. How could this process benefit your business?
While fear and intimidation might get some results, it will also create a tense and discontented staff. “Atta boys” and rewards will bring about positive outcomes and a satisfied team who is willing to work harder to reach the goals you set.