Thinking about revamping your performance review process but aren’t sure if it’s the right time? It may seem safe and comfortable to stick with the familiar, but holding on to an outdated process may be hurting you more than you think.
The notion that engagement is driven primarily by good or bad management is outdated and often shrouded in misunderstanding. Today, employees are looking for a sense of purpose in their jobs, a feeling that they’re part of something bigger than themselves.
High employee turnover hurts the business bottom line. It’s estimated that the average cost of a lost employee is 38 percent of the employee's annual salary. Considering the average income in the U.S. is $50 000 a year, that’s a $19,000 per person.
Peer coaching can help you drive performance, boost employee engagement and develop future leaders. Check out the 5 benefits of peer coaching:
Thinking about offering more flexible work options at your company? We share our learnings from our first Global Work Remote Day!
Check out this guest post from our friends at People-Doc with 3 ways HR can ensure a positive digital employee experience.
We researched the top 10 companies that support, inspire, and cheer on their people. Check out their best practices:
Build a great feedback culture, even when your team is working across the globe, with these tips:
Google’s Project Oxygen study identified the top 7 leadership skills their managers needed to be successful. Check out these 7 reads to help your leadership team develop each skill further.
Understanding each stage of the Greiner Curve will empower you with the ability to: understand and anticipate the challenges your company may face at different stages in its growth cycle and prepare a strategic performance management plan that can help you meet these challenges head on.
Taking these simple steps onboard will help your managers greatly increase team productivity.
The employee experience is a new buzzword that has gained rapid recognition from Deloitte, Forbes, PWC and industry leaders like Airbnb. While everyone is trying to implement their own employee experience strategy... do we actually know what it means?