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 ...
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28 Questions Every Talent Leader Should Have in Their Pocket

5 Best Questions for Screening Candidates Screening candidates will never go out of style, but doing it via the phone or in-person… will. With video interviewing, a series of predetermined questions can be asked of each applicant to help make better decisions of who to invite to the next round. If you’ve already adopted video interviewing into your candidate screening process, congrats! Make sure to check out one of our most popular articles on the ClearCompany blog to see the best questions to ask in a video interview…
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4 Ways to Get the Most Out of Peer Assessments

There isn’t a manager alive who can get the full picture of an employee’s behavior, attitude or performance. A manager simply cannot be everywhere at once, nor do they necessarily get to see all sides of an employee. This can account for why more than 50% of surveyed employees see traditional performance reviews as inaccurate. Peer-to-peer assessments have become very popular recently because they have proven to be an effective tool to more accurately measure performance as part of a 360-performance evaluation process. When combined with self-assessments and manager reviews, peer evaluations round out the big picture of performance.
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The 10 Most Common Employee Review Fails & How to Fix Them

Employees find reviews to be frustrating and a waste of time; even anxiety provoking in some cases. Employers see performance reviews as just another item on their compliance checklist. We want to change the way employers and employees alike, are viewing the employee review process. Employee reviews are a compliance issue for us all; they have to get done. So how can managers turn this ship around when employees and your management team already have a bad taste in their mouths from employee reviews?
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Performance Reviews: You're Doing It Wrong.

Let’s be honest: no one likes performance reviews. They are incredibly time-consuming, based on stale information and employees rarely find them helpful. The traditional performance review is burdensome for everyone involved, which is why it’s time to take a deep breath and find a better way.
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