Employee Management

Why Performance Review Goals are Important

Why Performance Review Goals are Important

Performance reviews are typically not a popular activity among employers and their employees. If they’re conducted half-hazardly or without goals, performance reviews can quickly divulge into a rather awkward meeting. A structured performance review centered around goals not only dissipates unease, it helps employees see how their role contributes to the growth and success of their organization.

How To Manage Your Best Employee Who Doesn’t Fit The Norm

How To Manage Your Best Employee Who Doesn’t Fit The Norm

We’ve all worked with them, colleagues who are amazing at what they do but almost impossible to manage.

Without them, you’d lose a valuable contributor to your company but to manage them is becoming increasingly difficult. Finding out what makes people tick and how to get the very best out of your employees is the key to successful employee management.

7 Ways HR Reporting Can Benefit Your Business

7 Ways HR Reporting Can Benefit Your Business

As companies grow, the amount of internal data they generate grows along with them. Typically, employee data is stored electronically, which provides easy access as well as a convenient way to update and change information. However, in today’s business landscape you need to be able to visualize key human resource data in order to see which processes are running smoothly and where operations can be improved. Having a Reporting feature allows you to streamline this process. Let’s dive into 7 reasons why your business can’t afford to not have a reporting feature.

The Best Way to Manage Remote Workers

The Best Way to Manage Remote Workers

Are you lucky enough to work for a company that allows employees to work remotely? There are many pros and cons that come with having employees work outside the office, and as someone with a leadership role in the company, you should know and understand the best ways to manage these employees. With the internet and advancements in technology, working remotely has become more popular than it was 10 years ago. More and more companies now have employees who telecommute sometimes. This means employees can work from home, on the road, or even overseas. Depending on where they are located, some employees have to commute for long periods of times - sometimes even hours - to get to their job site, but should they?