Yesterday’s Advisor featured consultant Tim Sackett’s What the CEO Wishes HR Would Do. Today, his 6-step program for HR managers.
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Free Special Report: Top 10 Best Practices in HR Management
In yesterday’s Advisor, we began consultant Darlene Price’s list of 10 phrases that successful managers avoid. Today, the rest of the list.
By William Taylor
People want and need to know how they’re doing in their jobs. Feedback is important to employees, and it’s also an important management tool for improving performance. The thing is that feedback is not always done well, and it is also not always received well. Why? What can companies do to make feedback efficient and boost productivity?
Most employees fill out questionnaires to help the HR department spot problems and issues. However, typically, employees either don’t have time to give proper answers or they fear that honesty will get them fired, which renders the surveys meaningless.
Here are some tips to help companies with understanding workplace feedback.
Yesterday’s Advisor covered expert investigator and trainer DeDe Church’s tips for meaningful investigations; today, her 11 questions for evaluating an outside investigator.
Last Week! Pay Budget Survey—Who’s Doing What?
It’s post-recession and pay is going up … but how much? Let’s find out! Participate in BLR’s Pay Budget Survey—free copy of the results to all participants.
Becoming a global competitor and expanding into international markets is a worthwhile goal for any growing company, but such expansions can present daunting challenges for human resource executives, says today’s guest columnist, consultant Stuart Buglass.