In the beginning, performance reviews were designed to help managers know who was performing and who to fire.Read more
A new study demonstrates just how much performance reviews are failing employees. Even so, those who use performance reviews defend the value they provide to their organizations.
Of the more than 1,900 U.S.-based employees ...
The quality of an organization’s onboarding determines how quickly new employees produce good work, how loyal they are to their company, and how long they stay. Likewise, the quality of an organization’s offboarding ...Read more
So you want to know what new hires really want in the first week? It's time to rethink your onboarding process.Read more
Predictive analysis is a miracle cure. At least that is how it is being pitched to and by the HR fraternity. A current talk I attended went as far as to say that if an organization didn’t invest in predictive analysis soon, they are headed to Doomsland. For the uninitiated, predictive analysis is the branch of the analytics used to make predictions about unknown future events. Sounds like magic, doesn’t it?
So, you’ve decided you’re not ready for HR. You think it would be nice to have a full-time HR staff member (or, for that matter, an HR team), but at this point in your company’s story, you’re just not ...Read more
It’s taken HR and managers a lot of time and money—sifting through resumes, doing loads of interviews, finding the person with the right skills who will also be a good fit—to narrow it down to one person. ...Read more
The Gig Economy is not only here to stay but steadily growing. As we’re shifting from technology as an enabler to technology defining new business models, life styles and ways of working, the competitive landscape is changing at an ...Read more
Like many industries, the defense landscape today faces a technology skills gap within its workforce. As the talent pool ages and technology innovations advance, there is a greater need for new workers with a highly skilled talent profile. ...Read more