According to Gallup’s State of the American Workplace report, 51 percent of the American workforce is not engaged. Why is this important? Why take the time to motivate and engage employees? That same report shows that engaged employees have a 41 percent lower rate of absenteeism and 17 percent higher productivity. Highly engaged employees are also less likely to job hop, reducing turnover. Many employees who are not engaged are simply looking for inspiration, something to mot
“If you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it,” a well-known philosophy by Peter Drucker, 20th-century business management author and theorist. Whether you agree or disagree with the theory, this seemingly simple concept evoked entirely new business models and shaped corporate development. It is also the basis for nearly every HR and ERP software solution on the market today.
Collect, analyze, track, and report is at the heart of human resource employee management tools, s
When it comes to improving employee performance evaluations, you must start at the very beginning of the appraisal process - Goal Setting. Step One Define what organizational success looks like for your organization. Is it the mission statement? Is it a set of key performance indicators (KPIs)? Is it a set of Objectives and Key Results (OKRs)? It is impossible to create employee performance goals without first understanding the basic premise for success and what is to be achi