Trying to make pay decisions based on performance reviews can get in the way of employee growth. Here’s why, and what you can do instead.
Performance management processes are highly organization-specific, but an effective approach will involve planning, cultivation, and accountability.
There are many misconceptions about how OKRs fit into employee goals and evaluations. Here’s why organizations should draw a clear line between OKRs and employee performance management.
Invested a lot of time and energy creating a new performance management process? Ensure your efforts achieve impact by crafting a solid communication plan.
Your performance management approach determines what your company values and who feels valued. Here are five ways for HR leaders to embrace diversity and create an inclusive environment.
Small Improvements talked with HR professionals from three of Berlin’s most successful startups to discover how they created a culture of employee recognition.
Organizations around the world carry out annual performance reviews, though many employees perceive it as …
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.
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.
Management has its ups and downs. HR expert Jason Lauritsen explains how to manage underperforming employees.
A first-person look at setting professional objectives in accordance with the S.M.A.R.T. method.
One of the most important decisions an organization can make is who to put in leadership, and research conducted by Gallup reveals that we fail to select the right candidate with the right talent 82% of the time.
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