Archive for March, 2014

5 ways to improve employee performance

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5 ways to improve employee performance

The Importance of Employee Participation

Some employees enjoy what they’re doing. They feel connected to their company and perform innovatively, seeking to improve their output. These workers achieve performance goals without too much direct supervision, but remain in the minority. Most employees do little more than “put in their time;” many perform at barely acceptable levels, requiring constant supervision while they watch the clock.

HR and Worker Motivation

Good management ensures workers perform their tasks acceptably, even if they don’t excel. Human resources ...

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What NOT to do when Managing Poor Performance

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What NOT to do when Managing Poor Performance

Managing workers is a complicated task, requiring appropriate application of interpersonal and strategic skills. Business success depends on involving employees in company objectives, so they’re motivated to focus on good performance. Poor worker performance is an outcome of:

  • selecting the wrong employees for particular jobs,
  • using inappropriate management methods to direct employees efforts, and
  • relying on these methods to generate improved performance.

What NOT to Do When Managing Poor Performance

Management is perhaps more accountable than employees for poor workplace performance because it decides ...

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