Haringey Council saves with measurement
- Three goals for February. // Managing People at Work;Feb2010, Issue 335, p1
The article presents suggestions on how to manage employees set and achieve the company's performance expectations.
- Editorial. Carazo, José Antonio // Capital Humano;Feb2011, Vol. 24 Issue 251, p3
No abstract available.
- HR in action to avoid another Baby Peter. Phillips, Lucy // People Management;5/21/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 11, p13
The article reports on human resource (HR) measurements at Haringey Council in London, England that will help prevent a repeat of the management mistakes which led to the death of Baby Peter. London borough's HR chief, Steve Davies cited factors that had given HR additional credibility to...
- What's it like working for you? Lennard, Lori // Farm Futures;Nov2012, Vol. 9 Issue 10, p53
The article offers tips on how farm owners can improve the performance of their employees.
- Is There a General Factor in Ratings of Job Performance? A Meta-Analytic Framework for Disentangling Substantive and Error Influences. Viswesvaran, Chockalingam; Schmidt, Frank L.; Ones, Deniz S. // Journal of Applied Psychology;Jan2005, Vol. 90 Issue 1, p108
A database integrating 90 years of empirical studies reporting intercorrelations among rated job performance dimensions was used to test the hypothesis of a general factor in job performance. After controlling for halo error and 3 other sources of measurement error, there remained a general...
- Lack of honest feedback on performance endangers staff motivation. Eyre, Elizabeth // Training Journal;May2011, p9
The article reports that a survey by Threshold and YouGov has underlined the importance of nurturing and job performance. The survey was conducted on 965 British employees. About 45% of employees feel that they get enough feedback from their line managers. About 44% said that the feedback they...
- Hone employees' skills. // Communication Briefings;Mar2013, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p6
The article presents steps to create skills development plan with employees including assessing the areas to focus on, setting goals to address the critical areas for employee's job performance and satisfaction, and creating learning opportunities.
- Keeping the age gap from turning into a culture gap - or a legal problem. // Legal Alert for Supervisors;5/24/2013, Vol. 9 Issue 193, p3
The article discusses the means for employers to ensure that workers who have the potential for personality conflict due to differences in age and experience levels are engaged and productive in work such as pairing them for a project and letting them mentor each other based on their expertise.
- Help Your Employees Deal With Their Baggage. // Physical Medicine & Rehab Coding Alert;Jun2012, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p47
The article presents the author's suggestions for helping employees who are experiencing personal tragedy including acknowledging their problem, emphasizing that the employer is present for their help and by making realistic expectations and timelines. According to the author, supervisors should...