As HR takes on a more strategic role in the new organization, it’s necessary to look back and take stock so that we can begin to root out obsolete practices and redesign them to fit this new reality. We’ve come up with a list of the five most important trends that will impact HR in 2017 to help you get started.
We caught up with Tom Gonser, co-founder of U.S based electronic signature company Docusign, and got his take on leadership, performance management and how to keep team morale at an all time high even when things aren’t going so smoothly.
With 2017 upon us, the planning for the new year begins. We’ve compiled a list of the best HR events in Europe in the first half of 2017. From meetups to conferences to summits, here’s the breakdown of all things HR that you just can’t miss over the coming months.
It’s the end of the year and like in most companies it’s probably time to start calculating and reassessing your employee’s compensation. But can you actually use money to motivate and retain your employees?
Giving constructive feedback to employees may seem like one of your most difficult tasks as a manager. If you learn to give it effectively, you can avoid the drama and instead have an insightful conversation with your employee about their performance, and how they can improve it.
Want to get more out of your employee engagement surveys? Find out how companies (particularly Google) are using them to improve their employee experience.
Do you feel you’re getting the most you can out of the positive feedback you receive? When your performance review comes around it can be a great relief to receive positive feedback. However, many people fail to take full advantage of the significant resources positive feedback can provide.
We share some questions you should definitely be asking to ensure your workplace is the best it can be for everyone...
Some of you may cringe at the thought of giving your co-workers constructive feedback. The temptation to simply say “good job” in a 360-degree review always seems like the safest bet, especially when the recipient is known to have a short temper. Learning how to give actionable feedback will help you keep calm and avoid office drama.
Checking in with your team-members doesn’t have to be a long, drawn-out or difficult process. It’s an easy day-to-day practice which can be integrated with your daily workflow.
From employee engagement to turnover rates, to simply creating a company culture which your employees feel is open and communicative, having an effective performance management system in place can make all the difference.
With 360-degree feedback on the rise, it’s likely you’re receiving upward feedback from your team. Whilst we previously shared our knowledge on gaining feedback, your personality will impact how you go about this...
Setting great professional development goals means you can take steps towards improving every aspect of your working life, building on professional knowledge, skills and effective working practices.