Is internal mobility the way to keep talented employees from leaving your company too soon?
Part two of Small Improvements’ CEO Per Fragemann’s six lessons in six years that he’s learned as a startup founder.
Small Improvements invited Reddit’s People & Culture team to Berlin for an evening of informative conversation packed with actionable tips for HR managers.
One of our core features just received an overhaul. We detail what’s new, improved and how it can help you have better One-on-One Meetings.
A company value should reflect your identity, but it doesn’t necessarily have to be timeless. Our friends at Reddit share their tips on how companies can best grow and evolve.
The text below is an excerpt of the eBook co-published by Small Improvements and HR …
Raise your hand if you’ve experienced this scenario before. Your weekly One-on-One meeting has been …
Objectives & Key Results (OKRs) have helped numerous tech companies become profitable. They’re also notoriously hard to implement. So we decided to take a deeper look into whether OKRs are worth the investment.
Introducing Scales, an enhancement to our 360 feature set. Now you can include single-answer multiple choice questions in 360 Degree Feedback and Request Feedback, allowing for that little extra structure.
HR expert Jason Lauritsen is back to detail how organizations can build an “human-friendly” workplace, even in an age where results and performance are prioritized.
We love rolling out fancy new features. But sometimes it’s fun to improve what we’ve already built. Our latest changes to 360 Degree Feedback should make it even easier for you to collect a complete assessment from your peers.
Stuck in a 1:1 Meeting rut? Or just not sure what you should be asking? Jason Lauritsen is back with a guide for the questions you should be posing to your managers.
We as human beings tend to view Feedback as negative. But it’s all a matter of framing. Here are 5 tips on how to give and receive more thoughtful Feedback.