These last few years have been a huge turning point for the evolution of HR processes around employee development and performance management. Whether you have 10 or 10,000 employees, companies of all sizes are making the effort to update their review processes to more accurately reflect the way work gets done.
A rising problem is that nearly everyone has an opinion on what these new processes should look like. Taken out of context, some of this advice can send a company down the wrong path. The challenge companies are facing is learning how to separate the valuable research from the noise.
Here is where HighGround comes in. We culled through the research released in 2016 to create a list of eight findings that should be considered when developing a new performance management process. They run the gamut from feedback and coaching statistics to how to address the newest generations in the workforce. For example, did you know…
- Less than 70% of employees are clear on what it takes to get promoted?
- 80% of Millennials expect to be able to evaluate their managers?
- Or that the same performance management strategy will have a different effect on another company?
Download our newest research, 8 Performance Management Truths from the Experts, to get a Cliff Note’s overview of the top survey and research findings from 2016.