It is no secret that performance appraisals are generally disliked by both managers and employees. Appraisals are strongly criticized by professionals with some calling for drastic changes to the system and even the elimination of formal evaluations. Lost in the haze of negativity is the reality that performance appraisals are still necessary functions and nearly all organizations have some sort of performance evaluation system in place. Implemented effectively, performance appraisals can still enable managers to improve the performance and productivity of their employees, even within our agile and ever-changing work environments.
Join us as we reveal the results from our latest Talent Pulse signature research and interview thought leaders on the topic workplace distractions.
In this webcast, you will learn:
Best practices and current trends in performance appraisals
Effective ways to use recognition and rewards in your performance appraisals
How recurring evaluations and feedback can positively impact your employees
Registrants will receive a copy of the final research report.
Talent Pulse from the Human Capital Institute (HCI) is a quarterly research e-book that explores the latest trends and challenges in managing talent. Talent Pulse is designed to provide practitioners and decision-makers with prescriptive methods to rehabilitate the health and wellness of human capital and empower employees and leaders to effectively address future challenges. Each quarter, a new report is released in conjunction with one of the four HCI disciplines. The fourth installment of this Talent Pulse concerns important, timely topics in Management and Leadership.
November 24, 2014 | David O'Connell, Research Analyst | Human Capital Institute
Performance appraisals are generally disliked by both employers and employees. The practice, which aims to evaluate the performance and productivity of a company’s employees, has received widespread negative attention and it seems these ...