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Performance Management In The Post-Rating Era – Quo Vadis?

SuccessFactors

If this culture is to remain intact – in the form of pay-for-performance, for example – how will salary and career development decisions be taken if ratings are no longer used? Delegating these decisions to individual managers or to some machine-based algorithms is not the answer.

On Average, Not Everyone Can Be Better Than Average

SuccessFactors

Often, when bonuses or long-term incentives are distributed, complaints about “budget bottlenecks” can be observed. Ultimately, when a manager determines who gets how much of the pie, he or she will find that it’s just not possible to give each employee an above-average amount.

Talent and Performance Management Survey Summary

HR Daily Advisor

The HR Daily Advisor research team conducted the 2016 Talent and Performance Management Survey in January, 2016. Talent and performance management are some of the most important and rigorous tasks any HR professional has to deal with. Predicting Talent Shortages.