Category Archives: Performance Management

Five Ways to Check In on Summer Interns

July 13, 2017   

Managing summer interns is never easy. While some interns turn out to be future colleagues, other interns create more work than they carry out and some even prove to be a huge liability. In 2010, an intern at TechCrunch was busted when it was discovered that he was asking startups for big gifts (e.g., a […]

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Coping Strategies for the 24/7 Workplace

May 28, 2016   

Today, more and more workers are expected to be on-call 24/7 either to respond to co-workers and business associates in other time zones around world or simply to demonstrate their full commitment to their job and employer. A new study published in the June 2016 Harvard Business Review reports that while workers are adopting various […]

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Exploring Holacracy in the Workplace

April 4, 2016   

We’ve talked about Zappos and their unique approach to talent management and corporate culture in the past, and lately, they’ve been making headlines for another aspect of their employment structure: the implementation of a holacracy.

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Mainstream Companies Embracing Predictive Analysis in Hiring

December 16, 2015   

Foot Locker, a well-known retailer of athletic gear and footwear, has announced it will move toward using predictive analysis to hire employees, particularly as they face limited growth in sales and a high turnover rate.

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What It’s Like to Work at McKinsey & Company

December 7, 2015   

One of the many elements of creating a great talent management strategy is looking at how the best are doing things. According to Entrepreneur.com, McKinsey & Company is one of those leaders, as they made the list of the Top 10 Companies to Work for in 2015.

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5 Medium-Sized Businesses That Are Great Places to Work

November 11, 2015   

When we talk about talent management trends and leaders we often look to large mega-corporations, but the U.S. is home to amazing small and medium-sized businesses as well.

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Can Performance Reviews Be Harmful? And If So, What You Can Do About It

November 6, 2015   

Research highlighted by the Wall Street Journal is showing something surprising: not only can performance reviews cause a bit of anxiety for employees, but this stress can actually be harmful.  The Findings The Wall Street Journal is bringing to attention the findings of a paper in Strategy + Business, written by a team of researchers […]

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Spotlight On The 2015 Holiday Season and How to Hire

October 23, 2015   

While the average person may barely even be considering the holidays right now, for businesses that need to hire seasonal employees the time is now.

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Exploring Flexible Work Options and Tips for Implementing Them

October 12, 2015   

In a recent post, we explored flexible work options as they exist in today’s corporate environment. The Wall Street Journal highlighted the fact that while many companies currently have some semblance of flexibility, many employees don’t take advantage.

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Managers as Coaches, Part IV: Giving Feedback

August 18, 2015   

One of the great things about coaching is its flexibility. It can be as general as it needs to be or as specific as it needs to be, such as addressing a problem or concern. And it’s an appropriate tool for employees at any and all levels of the organization as well. This will be […]

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