If you are in business, chances are that you have at least one employee. In today’s litigious society, it’s often desirable to have a clear
No one can argue the importance of making the right hire in your organization. Statistics on workplace productivity prove out time and again that one
as with any business operation, employee development needs to be approached as a structured system, with objectives clearly established at the outset and measurable results along the way. The larger objective is to improve employee results and performance in a way that promotes professional and personal growth, at the same time it enhances the employee-manager relationship.
Many entrepreneurs enter into their new venture without a clear human resources plan. Having a plan doesn’t just mean identifying key employees and decision-makers; that’s easy. It means having an HR strategy in place that is both compliant with the law, and is designed to attract and retain the talent you need to succeed.
Employee performance measurement can help you understand how your employees are developing and contributing to your business using quantitative metrics.