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50+ Tips to Implement Modern Performance Management Fast

What is performance management and why is it important? Getting managers and employees on the same page with expectations, goals and progress all ...
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When Measuring Performance Management Begins to Hurt More than Help

Performance management is a vital part of the employee experience. When done correctly, performance reviews should motivate employees to improve their performance by providing a consistent way to assess and select employees for promotion, transfer or alternate actions. According to a recent survey, 82% of employees appreciate receiving feedback, regardless if it’s positive or negative. But when bias comes into play or an employee enters the process ready to battle any constructive criticism received, performance management of the people can hinder the performance of the organization.
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Performance Management Software Vendor Comparison Workbook

You’re at a point in your leadership when you’re ready to ask, “is our performance management system actually performing?” Your organization is unique and the way you build your processes and assess new systems should be just as unique. What’s important to your company’s performance might mean squat to another team. With upwards of 60 performance management systems on the market, it’s overwhelming to visualize which systems collaborate the most with your company-specific performance goals.
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Do Your Performance Improvement Plans Cover These Bases?

Performance management is an essential part of employee development and company success. It takes careful planning, tracking and analyzing to help employees achieve their goals. An employee gets hired because a hiring manager believes they are the best person for the job; the expectation is not that an employee will fail. Unfortunately, performance doesn’t always go as planned.
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