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No element of a performance review is as intimidating for employees as the self-evaluation section they need to put together themselves. A self-evaluation can change the trajectory of your career; hopefully for the better, but frequently for the worse—especially as a manager begins to question your ability to self-assess.Read Article
Harrison Tang, the Founder and CEO at Spokeo wrote a guest post about How Core Values Can Help Guide Employees During the Pandemic. For this week's TINYtalk, we invited him to share how they let employees define their company core values and navigate through the pandemic by listening and acting on employee feedback. Don't miss TINYtalk #2: Step Up For Students - Boosting Culture During COVID-19. ...Read Article
Like many of you, we felt challenged with managing the RTW (return to work) process from COVID-19. There is no one size fits all for organizations, especially ones in different locations and with different types of workers. Since necessity is the mother of all inventions, we partnered with Dr. Brooks Holtom to come up with a two part RTW survey.Read Article
We invited the culture leadership team from Step Up For Students to share how they increase communication and transparency to engage their employees during the COVID-19 pandemic. Don't miss TINYtalk #1: Inspiring Team Building Activities While Working from Home. Click the video above to watch the full interview with Jill LaRose, Vice President of Leadership Development; Gina Caicedo, ...Read Article
Let’s admit it: Traditional performance reviews are outdated. That’s why companies are turning to other methods of reviewing employee performance. In fact, PwC found out that as many as 45% of employees prefer face-to-face interactions as opposed to performance reviews when it comes to managers analyzing their progress.
No platform provides more unfettered access to innovators and thought leaders in the world of talent acquisition, training, and human capital than Twitter. Following the right people will deliver information on new trends and creative ideas right to your desktop or mobile device. But with an endless amount of accounts on the platform, who should you follow?