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Having meaningful goals in place spurs employee motivation and helps growth and productivity.
Make abstract qualities more concrete by answering “yes” or “no” to the following questions.
While you’re wondering whether they should or should not, the fact is, they do. If you want to be more formal about it, here's a 15-point assessment you can hand out to them.
When do most managers ask, “What can I do to keep you?” You guessed it: during exit interviews. It’s a great question, but the timing is off. You need to ask it sooner.
When training supervisors how to conduct performance appraisals, warn them to avoid these seven mistakes that can taint the evaluation process.
Generally, if an employer gives an employee consistently good reviews, courts will view that as evidence that the employer was satisfied with the worker’s job performance. An employee who alleges discrimination or retaliation can then use those good reviews to show that something else must have been the reason for a sudden discharge.
CEO of GE Jeff Immelt is considering axing annual performance reviews. Instead, it’s experimenting with more frequent performance discussions between managers and staff. The industrial giant is also launching an app for supervisors and employees to share feedback with each other.
Employee engagement surveys are great, but they’re rarely done often enough. Think about performing weekly “pulse” surveys.
Well-written performance goals help energize employees and point them in right direction. But some managers and HR pros have trouble finding the right words. Here are 10 phrases to adapt, from 2600 Phrases for Setting Effective Performance Goals by Paul Falcone.
Renée Robertson, founder and CEO of Trilogy Development, explains the subtle difference.