Performance & Culture

Here's how 3 top companies use performance review alternatives —like performance management tools and strategies—to reduce costs and increase effectiveness. 
Each person has a specific attitude toward their work that requires a different approach in order to drive employee engagement. Learn about those attitudes.
You might have really good employees. But wouldn’t you really have great ones? That’s why one of our company values is Grow from Good to Great.
Companies must understand their multigenerational workforce. With insight into their similarities and differences, you’ll become a better leader.
Here are some questions you can ask yourself to see if adding a company value about employees doing the right thing would fit into your company culture:
There is a way to eliminate the negativity and build a positive, glass-half-full culture, and it begins by assuming the best.
Which is better: work-life balance or integration? There are merits to both. Companies have success with both. But which is right for your people?
Managing employees is our job. But do you have a moral obligation to disclose information about toxic past employees when companies call for reference?
Just as businesses now use Facebook to their advantage (even though it costs them productivity), you can use Fantasy Football to your competitive advantage.
Thirty-five percent think the system is unfair, inaccurate, or flawed. That’s over one-third of the workforce! Most managers see stacked rankings positively.
In our study, we found some major differences in how employees perceive performance reviews at small v. large companies. Here are 4 ways to improve them.
Using a mantra we have at BambooHR, Meyer works hard while at work, but when it’s time, he goes home. This is maintaining a healthy work-life balance.
When work is overwhelming employees can just pack up & run away. And they do. Here are 5 ways to keep stress from negatively impacting employee retention.
Because our workplace has changed, performance reviews must change. Leaders know now that their companies’ success depends on employees.
5 employee engagement strategies for HR to ensure employee success. Overcome one of HR's biggest challenges by improving employee engagement with these ideas.
Before you give up hope on a disengaged employee, it’s worth it to try and re-engage them. Try motivating them, setting goals, listening and making changes.
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From a recent survey by Software Advice, 62 percent of employees are “significantly more engaged” in their work if their company offers a succession plan.
It’s important to establish a culture of happiness at work. This not only fosters happiness but increases productivity and decreases employee turnover.
Performance management is more than checking a box; it’s about cultivating culture and inspiring employee growth. Continual feedback and check-ins are key.
We completed a survey of over 1,000 current US employees to find out what frustrates them at work. Learn about the top workplace deal breakers now.
Can employees change the company’s culture on their own? Here are some things you can encourage your people to do before taking that drastic last step:
Bonding at work establishes a work environment that allows everyone to feel comfortable. Find out how you can promote employee bonding in your company!
The elusive work-life balance. "While it is important to work hard, it is more beneficial to find the right strike of work-life balance. It’ll improve every aspect of your life and will affect those around you positively as well."
These companies don't just track this information, but they use it to find ways to reward and recognize employees or to just say thank you. Thoughtfulness goes a long way.

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