It’s not a new idea, but its idiocy remains ever-fresh: “Finance should run HR.”
Performance reviews. Everybody agrees that the old approach — sit the employee down and tell them where they’ve been underperforming for the past 12 months — just doesn’t work. So what does? HighGround, which offers a cloud platform to help managers and employees communicate, recently released a study on the state of performance reviews, and offers […]
Firing somebody just before the holidays strikes most people as the most Scrooge-like move an employer can make.
Technology enhances our work, but it can never replace our ability to genuinely connect to one another to maximize performance.
Lately, we’ve been hearing that employees are feeling they’ve gained some leverage in the battle for higher salaries — to the point where they’re seriously considering jumping ship if they don’t get the dough they want. But recent research indicates employers aren’t taking the threat all that seriously.
You can’t prove it, but the signs are there. So how do you deal with suspected drug abuse without violating privacy rights or making false accusations?
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