#RedBranchWeekly: How to Engage Employees with Performance Management

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It’s no secret employee engagement has been low lately as about 3 out of 4 employees are disengaged. So what’s a manager to do? We’ve got some tips from the pros this week to help you out. Trakstar let us know how to get rid of those useless meetings that your employees are nodding off in anyway with some effective performance management. ClearCompany told us what’s in and what’s out this season, and annual performance reviews are definitely out. Maren, our CEO, was featured on the LinkedIn Talent Blog and gave us 3 reasons why employees are disengaged. Still need a few more tips? Keep on reading…

 

performance managementTrakstar: How to Get Rid of Useless Meetings with Effective Performance Management

Meetings have a bad reputation in the workforce. In the US alone, there are 11 million formal business meetings each day and it wastes an estimated $37 billion. Of course, the meeting will never go away especially as more companies welcome workflex options into their organizations. They are a necessary part of staying on track as a team. Read more…

 

annual-performance-reviewsClearCompany: Annual Performance Reviews Are on Their Way Out

You’ve probably already heard it, but there’s a growing list of companies that are ending their annual performance reviews and ranking systems and switching to a better process. About 10% of Fortune 500 companies have already made the change because they recognize that annual performance reviews are often inefficient and that managers and employees alike dread this time of year. Learn more…

performance managementLinkedIn Talent Blog: The 3 Reasons Why Your Employees Are Disengaged

Roughly three out of four employees are not engaged. And, many of them are pointing the finger at their manager or boss. In fact, the majority of employees say their boss is the most stressful (and often worst) part of their job. Learn why your employees are disengaged…

 

performance managementCeridian: 4 Ways to Zero in on Your Unique Company Culture

By Maren Hogan, Founder and CEO of Red Branch Media Potential employees are looking for a “great company culture” and candidates are accepting or refusing offers based on how a companies’ culture is portrayed through various channels. Employers are continuously hearing how company culture is just as important as tactical performance management. How do you communicate company culture to candidates? Find out…

DOLs-overtime-ruling-900x675Click Boarding: Does the DOL’s Overtime Ruling Have You Nervous?

Those of us who work closely with people management and human resources have been on the edge of our seats waiting for the Department of Labor (DOL) to release the final changes of their overtime exemptions ruling. Now that the final word has been given, we can imagine employers and their HR teams have a lot of questions. Learn what changes you might have to start making soon…

 

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