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  • It has been observed that  employee performance appraisals are usually conducted without much thought for the business goals or needs. When goals are misaligned and not clear, it may limit both individual performance, as well as organisational performance, resulting in reduced engagement levels.Rarely do organisations cascade goals from the...

  • Performance appraisal is a topic which every organisation whether it is private or public speaks about a lot, yet it is a topic which makes managers and supervisors pull their hair apart and employees on the other hand experience a range of feelings such as fear...

  • Employee burnout is an important issue which is still not being spoken about or dealt with enough. Despite the media making claims frequently that the job market is improving, they type of jobs that are coming up are still leaving people in a stressed out...

  • The process of verifying the professional background information of a potential employee based on the candidate’s professional and personal references prevents or limits the risk of hiring an incorrect individual for an organisation. By speaking to the references, you have the scope to gather more...

  • The performance appraisal definition can vary tremendously depending on the organisation and how much weight managers and executives give to the process. The generic performance appraisal definition is that the process involves the systematic evaluation of employee performance. Advanced organisations carry these evaluations further by...

  • Whether you work in a big company or small, employee onboarding is a really important aspect of hiring. It’s not only there to make the new hire familiar with all the procedures you have, but also to make them comfortable working in the business. In...

  • If you're looking for a change and have a couple of companies at the back of your mind that would fall into the category of the dream job, keep them on your radar and also look for means to be on their radar, prior to...

  • A skills gap analysis is the difference between the skills that employers seek or need, and the skills that the employees offer. In order to conduct a skills gap analysis, the organisation needs to identify skills that it needs in order to meet its business...

  • Building trust in the workplace delivers solid business benefits by fostering a more productive culture. In today’s competitive landscape, some people hold back their best ideas when they don’t trust their managers, supervisors and fellow workers. One report found that the top 10 percent of...

  • What is Reflective Practice? The simplest definition of Reflective practice is reflecting or thinking about your actions. It is similar to the concept of learning from one’s experience, where one reflects on what he or she did, what happened, and take a decision in future based...