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The Facts About Performance Management

Good performance management is critical to maximizing employee engagement and productivity. Studies of performance management show clear benefits for both employees and employers when feedback is handled well. For example, companies see 14.9% lower turnover rates for employees who receive regular feedback than for employees who do not. Even better, Gallup has found that units[…]

10 Workplace Conflict Resolution Best Practices

No workplace is conflict-free. In fact, workplace conflict is likely more common than most employers probably realize – and it erodes more productivity than any employer wants. CPP Inc. – the organization that publishes the Myers-Briggs personality assessment and the Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument – commissioned a study of workplace conflict and found that employees[…]

What Happens If Employers Violate Labor Laws?

Labor law is one of the thorniest issues with which employers must comply. Specifically, most businesses are subject to a host of regulatory and legal requirements at the federal, state, and local levels. Cumulatively, these regulations are intended to protect workers. For example, the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects workers from discrimination, while the[…]

How to Improve Your PEO Relationship

For many HR organizations, outsourcing some or all of their HR functions is crucial. They are facing a gap between business growth but insufficient HR budgeting and staffing. As HR Tech Weekly writes, “This creates productivity and efficiency gaps that HR must overcome.” For many HR groups (especially in small businesses), a professional employer organization (PEO) is[…]

Evidence-Based HR 103: Why Modern HR Organizations Need Data Science

In our “Evidence-Based HR 101” (EBHR) article, we introduced the idea of using evidence to support HR decision-making. We described EBHR as the idea that HR should make decisions based on proven evidence, hard data, and experimental studies in order to eliminate subjectivity, uncertainty, and risk. In our follow-up “102” post, we discussed best practices,[…]