4 performance management trends that every organisation has to be aware of

Over the years the performance management landscape has changed drastically. It has been changing to suit the ever-changing requirements of organisations and employees. With new generations storming in to the workforce and work environment is changing it is essential that every organisation keep a close look at the newest trends building up in the market and keep up with it.

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Performance management to drive engagement and retention of employees

The purpose of an effective performance management process is often been misunderstood by many organisations and have failed to identify the relationship between employee engagement and retention with performance management.

Performance management in the current world is being practiced in the same old manner where the supervisors will give a numerical number for an employee’s performance and then the employee will rate his/her performance according to their understanding. Later a review meeting will determine once performance and the expectation for the next year. This should not be the case moving in to the future. A well-structured and an effective performance management process will allow you to build a connection with employee engagement and retention as well.

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5 Ways to eliminate being biased when hiring candidates

We all are naturally biased, because the human brain can be influenced by various things. Even if they want to be fair, People subconsciously tend to be biased when they see things they like or love to see in a person. This is not an ideal way for an interview to look at the candidates walking in. Being biased based on looks, first impression and gender could cost the organisation at large if it ends up in a bad hiring decision. This is mainly because the interviewer may overshadow the candidates’ negatives by being biased. Below are some of the ways you could avoid racism, ageism and sexism and reduce the bias hiring processes.

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