Human Resources (HR) Role In Making Performance Management Work Or Fail
The Human Resources Department (HR) is often responsible for the administration of performance management and appraisal systems. So, how can they actually contribute to making them work, and thus contribute to increasing productivity? That's what this section is about. An essential read for any human resources staff, managers and employees who often puzzle at the actions of human resources.
Note: Much of thehe content of this section is based on a chapter in Performance Management 2/E (Briefcase Books Series) due out in October, 2011.
- Why Is The HR department usually in charge of defining and administering performance management and appraisal systems?
- Is there an alternative to having the HR department responsible for getting employee reviews done?
- Should the human resources department lead attempts to improve productivity via performance management and appraisal?
- Can you offer a real life example as to why depending on HR to "fix" an employee appraisal system fails? Here's a horror story.
- How Is HR crippled due to lack of authority when it comes to making performance management contribute to the bottom line?
- When HR gets in the way of making performance management work?
- How CAN HR contribute to making performance management work?
- Busy? We walk you through the complete process of managing performance, from goal setting to addressing performance problems and discipline issues. Contains ALL our help cards, and here's a sneak peak: Walk the path WITH employees.
- Well, we do. Here's a low cost mini-guide FOR EMPLOYEES so they can be active participants in a truly collaborative performance review.
- Well, you can't, so this short LearnByte guides explains how to identify barriers to employee performance, in order to clear them away. Diagnosing is the key to productivity improvement.
- Ok. Now you can have a reusable checklist so you don't miss any of the critical steps needed to succeed with your employee reviews.
- Save huge amounts of time and frustration during performance review meetings, by having set proper goals and objectives for the employee. Isn't that your job? To make sure employees know what they need to accomplish?
- If you think performance management = performance appraisal, you NEED this badly.
- ...and how damaging to your employees. We'll walk you through the entire process of dealing with performance problems with one goal: To FIX them, and improve productivity. And we ask for less than 20 minutes of your time.
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- It's 2013, not 1945 and it's time to lose the industrial mindset and use management tools for THIS century. Here's ten steps to improvement.