Performance Evaluations

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    While performance evaluations are rarely anyone's favorite task, there's no getting around the fact that employees’ performance, or lack thereof, can make or break any company. Not reacting when employees are underperforming puts a company at risk of failing to meet its goals and ultimate objectives. Performance evaluations, when used...

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    Good documentation is important for many reasons. One of the most important is that when supervisors and managers generate even as much as handwritten notes, they're creating potential litigation exhibits that could have significant consequences down the road. Frankly, good documentation can mean the difference between winning and losing an...

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    As the economy continues to improve, your employees are starting to look elsewhere for new opportunities -- and more often than not, they're the very ones you can't afford to lose. To keep your top talent around for the long haul, align your retention strategy with a pay-for-performance culture, one that keeps your organization moving forward...
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    Most HR professionals look forward to conducting annual performance reviews about as much as a trip to the dentist, but as the economy improves, these yearly appraisals are going to be the key for talent retention, a positive work environment, and the overall growth and productivity of your organization. After years of frozen salaries and pay...
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    Do you know how to keep your performance evaluations from inviting a discrimination claim? Learn how to find and fix weaknesses in your current appraisal system and how to conduct reviews that stand up to legal scrutiny.   In just 90 minutes, an experienced employment law attorney will show you: Why it's important to review job...
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    Do you have a new manager who's having difficulty leading the people, who prior to her promotion, were her co-workers? More than 86% of new supervisors have trouble transitioning from individual contributors into their new management roles, according to a recent survey from ConceptReserve. Learn how to help your new leaders manage your team....
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    Pennsylvania-based The Vanguard Group, Inc. was just ordered by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission to cough up $500,000 and provide other relief to settle a race discrimination-retaliation lawsuit. The EEOC's decision was largely due to the fact that the worker had received favorable performance reviews throughout his employment. Don't...
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