Weekly Top HR News Articles - Week of April 1st Roundup

by David Niu on Mar 31, 2012 12:20:07 PM

Over a billion people held their breaths as they watched the Chilean miner rescue odyssey in 2010. All 33 miners were rescued after being trapped for two and a half months 2,000 feet below ground. Untold stories of the men, companies, and cooperation behind-the-scenes.

Adobe planning to eliminate performance reviews. “We plan to abolish the performance review format,” says Donna Morris, senior VPHR at the company. Still in its blueprint, the plan is to have managers give regular feedback to their teams to ensure a quicker and continuous selfactualisation, rather than wait for the year-end.

Fun, easy read on how the best BBQ teams - yes Barbeque Teams - in the world also rely on Ford's old adage, "Coming together is a beginning, staying together is progress, and working together is success."

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