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Two words to avoid in your workplace Publication date: 04.05.2017
Article database » Performance/capability » Appraisal
Two words to avoid in your workplace..Mindful language. The words we use to communicate have the power to influence people negatively or positively and the workplace environment is no different. Two words you should avoid - particularly during appraisals and when you’re dealing with staff problems - are “always” and “never”, e.g. “you are...
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25% of men cry after their appraisals Publication date: 09.02.2017
Article database » Personnel management » Personnel management
25% of men cry after their appraisals..Emotional event. Although appraisals are often criticised, a robust and carefully thought out process can be worth its weight in gold. However, according to research carried out by Adobe, 25% of men and 18% of women will cry after an appraisal. There are many possible reasons for this type of reaction, including...
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The danger of a “satisfactory” appraisal Publication date: 13.01.2017
Article database » Staff handbooks » Appraisals
Appraisals aren’t a legal requirement but it is good practice to carry them out at least once a year. When doing so you should avoid a “satisfactory” or “unsatisfactory” rating system. Why?
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Another reason not to ditch appraisals! Publication date: 09.09.2016
Article database » Performance/capability » Poor performance
Another reason not to ditch appraisals!..Our advice. In recent years some employment consultants have advised employers to ditch staff appraisals on the basis that they’re a waste of time for all involved. We’ve always recommended that you take the opposite approach and conduct an appraisal for each employee at least once, preferably twice, per...
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“Appraisals don’t work”: really? Publication date: 09.05.2014
Article database » Performance/capability » Poor performance
According to the former HR director of the BBC, “appraisals don’t work” because they “strike fear into the hearts of employees”. She’s entitled to her opinion of course, but what’s blatantly wrong with this statement?
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