Changing Performance Appraisal Ratings – Ask #HR Bartender

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Jonathan Segal with the firm Duane Morris shares, “It is lawful for an employee to make changes based on the dialogue that should accompany the appraisal.” During the performance review conversation, the review document is sometimes changed based upon the conversation. What about electronic performance management systems?” I reached out to Rachel O’Neil, talent management consultant at Halogen Software , to compare. Image courtesy of HR Bartender.

Steve Boese: Navigating mergers, acquisitions and coronavirus

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I think these basic recommendations are still valid, so I recommend checking out that piece for more details on how to navigate M&A activity with regard to HR technology. Read also: How should HR approach coronavirus in the workplace.

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Talking About The New Age Of HR at HRSE16

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The HR Summit and Expo 2016 (HRSE16) is just around the corner! The event, which runs from November 14-16 at the Dubai International Exhibition Centre, brings together thousands of HR and business thought leaders from around the world. The theme of this year’s event is The New Rules of Engagement in a New Age of HR. Halogen’s Chief People Officer, Dominique Jones, is presenting a keynote session as part of the HR Talent Summit track.

5 Tips to Help Develop Great Leaders

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by Anita Bowness, global practice leader, Business Consulting, Halogen Software. All too often, managers are hired based on previous success, experience, and technical skills over harder-to-quantify leadership potential. However, Gallup reports that only about 10% of employees naturally possess leadership skills, and another 20% of employees can develop as leaders if their organization invested in the appropriate coaching and development plans for them.

Lessons Learned in Transforming Talent Management in Healthcare

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Based in Marshall, Michigan, the 94-bed community health care center has achieved patient satisfaction scores that place it in the top two percent of Michigan hospitals, and top five percent of hospitals in the United States. Despite its success, the hospital’s HR team received regular complaints from employees about its performance management system. Halogen has allowed us to hardwire this way of thinking into all aspects of our performance management process.