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Why Ranking Employees Against Each Other Doesn’t Work

Reflektive

We must know how we’re performing at our jobs in order to continuously improve and keep our organization moving forward. At one point, we all used benchmarks: From childhood through higher education, we had clear grades presented to us multiple times a year to let us know exactly where we stood in comparison to a mandated rubric. Temporal Comparison and Social Comparison. SEE ALSO: How to Effectively Change Performance Management.

7 Intriguing Employee Engagement Trends for 2019

15Five

Who among us said, “when I grow up I want to do something with borderline competency that I don’t really care about just to make enough money to survive”? An inspiring manager creates more team engagement. “What do you want to be when you grow up?”. A fireman! A rooster! (I

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How to Master the Shift from Performance to Development Management

Digital HR Tech

Currently, many organizations question their performance management. The reason for that is an increasing number of employees in competence-based jobs as technical and manufacturing jobs are disappearing due to automation.

Total Rewards – Total Relationships

Bersin with Deloitte

Posted by Arthur Mazor , Chad Atwell and Jason Flynn on February 2, 2018. Rather than focusing on competing externally in the market, organizations should consider responding to their employees’ desire for a personalized and meaningful experience. De-linking pay and performance?

The (De)Motivating Effects of Relative Performance Evaluation

Compensation Cafe

As we mature, the types of comparisons we make change, but we're still making comparisons: who earns more money, who performs better in the job, and so on. In the workplace, these comparisons become formalized through the organization's performance evaluation system.

HR Supercharged: How Modern Tech is Changing Work

ClearCompany HRM

Not to mention, the potential of a system to include Artificial Intelligence and predictive analytics in sourcing , recruiting and managing people more efficiently. HR departments, for instance, use applicant tracking systems to manage job ads, sort resumes, shortlist applicants, coordinate with their team/candidates and so on. HR teams are accomplishing this by integrating their performance management data back into the hiring process in order to hire more great employees.

To Pay For Performance Without Performance Ratings, In For A Penny, In For A Pound

SuccessFactors

In recent times, many companies euphorically and rather media-effectively jumped on the bandwagon of abolishing performance ratings. Most, however, were still trying to hang onto their legacy pay-for-performance concepts based on individual objectives.

Already using 360 feedback? Here’s how to leverage the data you collect

7geese

Because it’s such an effective way to drive peer coaching and better employee performance, there are existing resources to help you build out 360 feedback questions fit for your team. How can you leverage this feedback to improve your performance?

Are Your Performance Reviews Ahead Of The Curve Or Just A Box-Ticking Affair?

SuccessFactors

How many times have you sat through your performance review and felt like it was a box-ticking exercise? This approach to performance management may have worked 20 or even five years ago, but workplaces have changed. How do you monitor and assess performance?

Top 31 Pre-Employment Assessment Tools [And Counting]

Digital HR Tech

More and more companies use pre-employment assessment tools to compare the critical competencies of their candidates helping them to find the best match for the job and the organization. Persprofile Manager. AssessFirst helps companies recruit high-performing and committed employees.

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Book Review: Applied Psychology in Talent Management (8th ed.) by Wayne Cascio and Herman Aguinis

Workplace Psychology

Applied Psychology in Talent Management (8th ed.) is the newest edition of the Applied Psychology in Human Resource Management textbook by Wayne Cascio and Herman Aguinis. The title has changed with “Talent Management” replacing “Human Resource Management.” 2018).