5 Noteworthy Tips for Successful Employee Goal Setting

 
Setting goals… it’s easier said than done. When it comes to setting employee performance goals, the road to effectiveness is difficult to map out. According to a 2014 Towers Watson study, only half of the participating organizations say they effectively work with employees to set individual performance goals. If you’re wondering why employees are only reaching 10-20% of their goals, this could be a reason why.

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Goal Alignment

Creating a Successful Performance Management Strategy: Hear from the Experts

Performance management improvements are likely always on your mind. Is my strategy working? Who’s doing it best? How can I get my team to assume accountability? These are only some of the questions we want answers to, so we looked to the experts to see what they had to say about the best performance management strategy. Dive into the answers we discovered:

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Performance Management

What to Expect for HR Compliance in 2018

As the new year rapidly approaches, it’s time to start thinking about compliance. Many rulings were passed last year and more will continue to come into effect which means there is a lot for an HR department to monitor. To help you navigate, we’ve compiled a quick list of HR compliance subjects your department should be aware of as we head into 2018:

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Compliance, Talent Management

Video Interviewing: 5 Ways it Helps With Compliance

A large portion of Human Resources responsibilities include risk management. New technologies, while they introduce convenience to our lives, can often bring worries of compliance, the burden of new risks and fear that our highly protected employee information could be misused or mismanaged. What’s even worse, the possibility for discriminatory or biased hiring practices might emerge. The reality is that discrimination is still a real problem, even with the most innovative of technologies.

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Candidate Experience, Video Interview

Performance Review Questions to Ask Your Employees

 Managers don’t necessarily have a knack for management. In fact, a surprising amount of leaders in the workforce are placed in leadership positions without any formal training. When review time rolls around the corner, managers have to be prepared to lead this process effectively and confidently.

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Performance Reviews, Employee Review, Performance Review

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