How Annual Reviews Damage Engagement, Career Jumping, Organizing Your Office and Closing The Skills Gap #FridayFinds
It’s March already (I feel like we’ve skipped a month) and it’s Employee Appreciation Day in the US!
On behalf of our employee engagement and workplace happiness community, allow me to thank all the hardworking, enthusiastic and involved employees who’ve given their talent and their energy to create amazing projects, fulfill deadlines and drive business growth!
If you’ve missed the heads-up and you’re searching for a last minute, original idea to appreciate your team members or if you’re generally looking for new recognition activities, try this unique employee appreciation idea.
And here are this week’s most remarkable articles from the world of HR:
Why The Annual Review Process Damages Employee Engagement
Kathy Caprino talks to Dominique Jones, Chief People Officer of Halogen Software about performance reviews and industry practices that have turned this process into a dreaded experience for employees.
Advocating ongoing feedback, employee coaching and nontraditional employee review systems that have been proven to be much more effective, this article goes into how the new workplace supports employee development and how efficiency and performance should be measured.
If you don’t want to go through the full report just yet, explore this summary of findings, including how new HR roles such as “chief experience officer” and “chief listening officer” have been created to improve learning opportunities for all employees and close a skills gap within the HR function.
Paula is a content strategist with a big passion for life and the pursuit of happiness. When she's not creating an eBook or tweeting the latest trends, she's probably petting a cat or watching a movie.
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