A strong succession planning strategy can help managers quickly staff open positions with qualified in-house candidates.
Join CRG emPerform and Marc Effron, author of One Page Talent Management and a leading voice in human resources effectiveness, to learn what isn’t working in talent management and how to fix it.
Companies everywhere that have grown or plan to grow past the 150 employee mark should take a lesson or two from a very unexpected source.
Is your current HR strategy helping you stay a step ahead of your competition? Here are a few things to consider as you optimize your approach to talent management.
Your new hire seems promising and is clearly talented, but she’s not happy and her performance isn’t what it should be. How can you address this during her review?
The annual review process can be vital element of productivity, or it can be a confusing, morale-threatening disaster. Make sure your reviews are meaningful, and if they aren’t, make some changes today.
What are you using for appraisals and performance management? Paper? Spreadsheets? Fax? A tediously formatted document that employees and managers don’t want to use? A makeshift in-house system designed by your IT department as an attempt to solve your appraisal nightmares? Nothing at all? Any of these answers wouldn’t surprise us. So what are some key indicators that it’s time to ditch your current processes and get emPerform?
The Secrets Behind Personality Testing – Improving Employee Performance and Communication by Understanding Personalities
What do companies that use personality testing know that you don’t? On March 28th, CRG emPerform and HCI.org are presenting a FREE Webinar that looks at personalities in the workforce. Participants will learn the basics behind personality assessments and how an understanding of employee’s personalities can lead to increased engagement, better performance and communication, and overall workplace satisfaction.
No matter the details of your data gathering process, the value of your employee review system can only be measured by its contributions to overall productivity. If you know your review data is valuable and accurate, but you need to ensure follow-through, here are a few considerations to keep in mind after the review cycle ends.
More than a third of organizational costs are associated with employee compensation and training – and yet few organizations are properly tracking the return on their largest investment. Now more than ever, executives are working with HR to build a stronger workforce and a healthier bottom line.keep looking »