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Employee Performance

Last month we spoke of key hiring techniques, but what happens once you have your new employee? Now that you’ve hired that “all-star,” your job is to unlock their full potential.

These Four Tips to Create Peak Performance in the Workplace will help develop your business culture to support long-term growth, advancement, employee performance and morale. The biggest takeaway is to focus on creating a goal-oriented performance culture, rather than one that is task oriented. Employees can quickly be fatigued if they view their work task by task. By creating a goal-oriented culture you align each task with a larger company goal to show your employees how their work directly impacts the business as a whole.

However, if your employees aren’t able to stay motivated to reach their goals, you may inevitably be faced with putting them on a Performance Improvement Plan. A step-by-step guide to creating a performance improvement plan will help establish expectations of your employees and will help both the employer and employee avoid any confusion if they are ultimately dismissed for underperforming.

SAVE THE DATE: Join us for our next Marin Business Forum on Thursday, June 5th.

Our next speaker, Jim Finkelstein – CEO of FutureSense, Inc., will reveal what “melts your employees’ butter,” and lead a discussion on motivating employees from different generations in the workplace. All attendees will receive a complimentary copy of Jim’s book, Fuse: Making Sense of the New Cogenerational Workplace®.

Space is limited, so please be sure to reserve your seat now. To read more about the event, visit Space is limited, so please be sure to reserve your seat now. To read more about the event, visit http://marinbusinessforum.com/.

Until next month, we wish you the very best and much success in your business.

Note that Pacific Crest Group offers employee development, human resources, recruiting services, accounting and IT services


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