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News You Might Have Missed – January 24

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Check out a few of the recent stories that caught our eye as well as HR industry news you might have missed.

Yes, You Can Eliminate the Annual Review, Improve Engagement and Still Get Workforce Metrics

The good, the bad and the reality of performance reviews.

6 Reasons Why Business Leaders Should Implement Official Mentor Programs

Even Oprah had a mentor. Read the six reasons you should establish a mentorship program at your own company.

6 Steps to Build Your Company Culture

As much as you try, there isn’t a process for everything. In the cases where there isn’t, company culture can guide how your employees make decisions and solve problems.

10 Things You Should Do to Keep Your Employees Happy Every Day

Are you trying to create a company culture of communication and empathy? Keep these 10 tips in mind to ensure your employees are happy and engaged.

5 Overrated Office Perks Companies Should Kill in 2017

Think these perks are helping your employees be happier and more productive? Think again.

Managing a Team That’s Been Asked to Do Too Much

“Too few managers have the courage or the wherewithal to do anything but roll over when their boss hands them an astronomically high number.” The Harvard Business Review shares ways for managers to advocate for their teams and encourage leadership to set more realistic goals.

A Simple Equation to Create a Healthy Culture

Is there an equation for creating a healthy company culture? This author says yes and explains the three elements that can make (or break) it.

The Top Five HR Trends For 2017

In 2017, performance management is going to be a data collection and change management game. What are the other predicted HR trends for this year?

The 3 Performance-Management Mistakes You Need to Stop Making

Everyone starts the year with resolutions and good intentions. But what mistakes are organizations unknowingly making that lead to employee turnover and low engagement?

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