As summer approaches, many human resources departments are gearing up for performance evaluations. Not all evaluation programs are created equal, and many employers fall flat in using the process effectively to inspire talent, provide critical feedback and “paper” performance issues. Many legal issues arise from the review process. Many more issues arise from avoiding difficult discussions with poor performers. Employers need not fret. Performance management can be improved with planning on the front end of the process. See full article here.
June 5, 2019
Jim McMackin and Allyson Britton DiRocco