A new Performance Management Report from leading software and services provider, Advanced, has revealed that 48% of UK and US workers are struggling in a hybrid environment with 73% stating that their teams would benefit from spending more time with their manager.
Contributor: Nick Gallimore, MD People Management - Advanced | Published: 20 February 2023
"Managers will inevitably feel more comfortable talking to employees about certain topics over others but if we neglect the human side, the data clearly shows that performance will suffer."
Contributor: Anna Rasmussen, Founder & CEO - OpenBlend | Published: 14 September 2022
27% of European companies are actively using HR analytics for performance management, according to new research by Durham University Business School.
Contributor: Peter Remon - Bluesky Education | Published: 15 August 2022
A recent survey by IRIS Software Group (IRIS) showed that nearly half (47%) of UK employees don’t see a clear path to progression, and almost three quarters (68%) are facing delayed career growth due to a lack of support from their line managers and HR teams[i].
Contributor: Adrian Lewis, Director, Activ People HR | Published: 2 August 2022
Eight in ten employers (83%) aren’t ‘100 percent happy’ with undertaking performance management with an individual with an underlying mental health condition, new research has revealed.
Contributor: Toyah Marshall - WorkNest | Published: 25 July 2022
New research from AdviserPlus shows that capability and performance management cases are sharply increasing in the UK. Data from 140,000 employees suggests that notable rises in productivity and poor work quality cases are the reasons behind the surge.
Contributor: Amy Corcoran - AdviserPlus | Published: 15 December 2021
As the drive toward the digitisation of the economy continues to accelerate, businesses must look beyond traditional ways of managing performance to become more responsive and build their resilience according to Reimagining performance management, a new report by AICPA & CIMA in partnership with WBCSD. Yet, the report also reveals that creating the performance-based corporate culture needed to support this shift, drive innovation, create value and move the business forward remains a challenge for many organisations.
Contributor: Andrew Harding, Chief Executive - Management Accounting, Association of International Certified Professional Accountants | Published: 29 September 2021
New employee research commissioned by performance management specialists, Appraisd, explores how employees feel about the recognition they receive at work. It uncovers experiences that vary wildly. While large numbers of employees are satisfied and receive regular praise, significant numbers get none at all and are feeling ignored.
Contributor: Roly Walter, Founder, Appraisd | Published: 27 July 2021
Ask any expert, and they'll likely tell you that the best way to grow and develop employees is by giving them constructive feedback.
But, if you've never formally evaluated or developed an employee feedback process before, this task can seem daunting.
That's why Virtual College have used Google search data to find the top seven questions that people are searching for about giving constructive feedback right now—and have offered helpful answers to these.
Contributor: Fiona Robinson - Virtual College | Published: 6 July 2021
Employers and employees agree that feedback is vital to development, yet employees think what they are getting currently is below par. With so many employees working remotely, this lack of quality feedback could be hampering their ability to be productive.
Contributor: Roly Walter, Founder - Appraisd | Published: 30 October 2020