Showing one’s true colors – a career development approach to performance management

Why Raising Salaries Isn’t the Sure Cure for Your Employee Retention Problem

How Inconsistencies in performance reviews cause turnover

WEBINAR AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD | 5 Shades of Grading: How Inconsistencies in Performance Reviews Cause Turnover

Performance Reviews

Our latest webinar,

5 Shades of Grading: How Inconsistencies in Performance Reviews Cause Turnover, is now available online.

 

 

 

 

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Why Raising Salaries Isn’t the Sure Cure for Your Employee Retention Problem

Guest blogging for TalentGuard is author, Eric Chester, on a simple way to boost retention by giving employees a compelling reason to stay. There are limits to the extent an employer will go to keep an employee happy, even when the employee is a top performer or in one of those almost-impossible-to-replace positions. But unless they […]

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How inconsistencies in performance reviews cause turnover March 11
MARCH WEBINAR | FIVE SHADES OF GRADING: How Inconsistencies in Performance Reviews Cause Turnover

Employees across the board will tell you that performance reviews are a painful exercise. These outdated methods of appraising an employee’s accomplishments are an uncomfortable experience for the reviewee and the reviewer alike. One reason is that employee appraisals are subjective; managers do not always rate an employee’s performance on objective criteria. Where one manager […]