Say Goodbye to the Annual Bonus

WorkHuman

Everyone in the world of HR is talking about the end of annual performance reviews. The chatter is focused on how to promote a coaching culture throughout the year to continuously improve employee performance.

Should You Put a Two-Year Limit on Employment?

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They also realized that they had created an awkward situation for managers, who were charged with not only maintaining optimal employee performance, but also ensuring their employees were following their personal career development plans, two trajectories that could easily end up competing. Now Jolt brings in career coaches to meet confidentially with employees, to handle the high-level development side of things. This post originally appeared on Payscale.

7 Tips for Moving to a Pay-for-Performance Culture

Compensation Today

Companies have seen a bit of a revolution in performance-based pay in the past few years. Most have removed the rank-and-yank style of performance management. What follows are the top seven tips for moving to a performance-based-pay culture.

Recognizing People: A Recap of the WorkHuman Conference

Compensation Today

Eric Mosley, CEO of Globoforce, laid out five future trends, including: replacing performance management with continuous feedback, individualized rewards and pay, team management, the role of the coach, and HR as a culture facilitator. PayScale’s Dovetailing Interests.

Get More from Performance Reviews—Use Metrics to Link Pay

Compensation Today

Taylor, CPC, PHR, SHRM-CP, PayScale Senior Blogger Old methods of measuring performance once a year just don't work anymore. They’re cumbersome and only focus on recent performance goals. Take a look at some best practices for linking pay for performance during employee reviews.

Study Reveals Biases in Pay Decisions

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They spend a significant amount of time training managers how to hire candidates, coach employees, and evaluate performance in a manner that removes biases in pay raises and ensures a fair experience to all employees. In Payscale’s latest “ Raise Anatomy ” report which surveyed workers to understand their history of asking for raises , we found that employees of color who ask for a raise are less likely to receive it as compared to their white male employees.

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Conference Twitter Primer #HRtechConf 2018

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