Performance Appraisal Checklist for HR Leaders

Performance Appraisal Checklist for HR Leaders

Any successful performance appraisal is a result of carefully planned objectives and their evaluation. A strategically created performance appraisal checklist is another thing in common that adds more value to employee reviews. Just filling out performance evaluation forms, reviewing their work achievements and discussing everything in an annual meeting – are not enough. For HR […]

The Most Epic Employee Motivation Checklist Ever {27 Great Ideas for Free}

The Most Epic Employee Motivation Checklist Ever {27 Great Ideas for Free}

Every year, it’s the same story and you face the same big hairy problem. Your manager needs a hundred new employee motivation ideas to pick from, for the company’s annual strategy presentation. And you are left grappling to find the most effective ones, in record time. These tactics should help you successfully appeal to your […]

Are Job Descriptions Really Important for Your Business?

Are Job Descriptions Really Important for Your Business?

Job descriptions are brief overview of jobs and are used in many important processes in an organization such as job postings , setting expectations, compensation, trainings , and performance management. A job description suggests why a job exists and what the job holder is actually supposed to do. Although job descriptions are important for a […]

High performance companies focus on performance management

High performance companies focus on performance management

 We often listen from the successful business leaders that “People are our strength”. Recently I read the book “The High Performance Entrepreneur” written by Subroto Baghchi. He is co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of Mindtree Consulting, one of India’s most admired software companies. Mindtree has grown from 0 to 3500 people and crossed $ 102 […]

Importance of HR Data for a CEO

Importance of HR Data for a CEO

I used to believe that employee data were useful for HR departments only since it was responsible for employee development and management activities. The CFO and CEO were only interested in metrics such as cost of hire, total compensation, cost for training, etc. which were more oriented towards financial goals and treated employee functions as […]