Check out a few of the recent stories that caught our eye as well as HR industry news you might have missed.
From being accounting with your team to simply listening to them, this article list five ways that Steve Jobs got the best out of his people.
On the theme of “five” here’s another list, this time covering what is influencing new strategies for 2017. Hear what CEB’s Brian Kropp has to say about the role of everything from legislation and drugs to diversity and pay on the year ahead.
After a two-and-a-half-year transformation, learn how Gap replaced annual reviews with the “touch base” and is incorporating employee goals and rewards into its processes.
This next list of five focuses on what your employees want and need from your company’s HR technology solution: think simple, simple and simple.
We sorted through all of this year’s employee engagement and performance research so you didn’t have to. In this report, we cover eight trends that are having the biggest impact on where we’re headed in the coming year.
This Harvard Business Review article is about as thorough as it gets to covering the art of delivering feedback. Take a few minutes to read this one for everything from links on the latest research to how your tone affects your message and ways to improve.
No matter what shape they take or how frequently they are conducted, performance reviews are still a primary way managers deliver feedback to employees. Here are three tips for employees to make the process a bit more meaningful.
Employees usually spend Election Day waking up early to get to the polls before work, or spending their entire evenings in line waiting to vote. HighGround customer Patagonia is taking a different approach: the company is giving employees the day off to go exercise their right to vote. Kudos!
Next on our list of companies who are “making the grade” when it comes to employee development is Goldman Sachs. Learn about its new approach to performance management and the three major benefits achieved as a result.