The under-performers, the bottom performers, the C-players, whatever you choose to call the employees who at the end of the week have yet to finish their deliverables and aren’t hitting the minimum company performance standards.
What does this mean for you?
You have three options: let them continue under-performing, get them the training and tools they need, or let them go. With the amount of money lost in their sub-par performance and the price tag attached to replacing them, it’s safe to say training them with the tools they need is not only the easiest, but most efficient choice. You can turn employee performance around [...]
What is your biggest business concern? Whether you’re concerned with anything from company alignment to sales to revenue, performance reviews can remedy a majority of the problem. You spend how many thousands of dollars on employee salaries, benefits, office equipment and everything in between, shouldn’t you take the time to analyze your investment just like you would the ROI of your other tools? Now, employees are more than just the latest piece of human capital management software; but just like any other facet of your organization, you need to evaluate their performance because it affects nearly every aspect of your organization.Align Business Perspectives
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Are performance management ratings really boosting productivity in your workplace, or are they just causing staff to feel demotivated and deflated every time their performance appraisal comes around? Performance ratings are coming under fire and big companies like Adobe and Microsoft have chosen to abandon performance ratings altogether. Should your company be doing the same?
The Downside of Performance Ratings
Performance ratings are used to track employee performance so that management can differentiate between the strongest and weakest employees.
While this is meant to encourage good performance, studies have shown that aside from the staff who achieve the [...]
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you must’ve seen one of the hundreds of commercials advertising the new blockbuster movie Jupiter Ascending. I for one am planning on going to see it (I’m a big sci-fi fan). But it did make me wonder about the commercial civilization that apparently implanted humanity onto the earth according to the story line, and then came back a few thousand years later to farm the planet for profit.
Regardless of the negative insinuations of corporations gone wild, I’m wondering what kind of structural changes to our labor and workforce would have to take place before we as a human civilization are able to build enormous ships [...]