[Webinar] Reward Great Performance Through Evidence-Based Compensation Planning

In this webinar, you will learn how to retain top-performing employees, hold employees accountable for desired performance and better control costs by linking compensation directly to employee goals and objectives. During this webinar, we will demonstrate how a pay-for-performance model will help you to: Maximize business impact by having a consistent performance management program Reward pay-for-performance by managing outcomes…

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How to Drive Performance with a 360 Review

  Employee engagement has become a top management priority in the past several years, but research shows it remains elusive, with only about 33% of employees reporting active engagement. The other 67% of employees, then, are unengaged, which means they are performing well beneath their potential. If your company wants to change that, you are…

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360 Reviews: Four Reasons They Fail

What’s more useful: A performance review in which one or two supervisors tell an employee how she has performed over the course of the evaluation period in the areas the supervisors were likely to notice. A multi-source review in which an employee evaluates his own performance and is given feedback from everyone he works with and…

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TalentGuard at HR Technology Conference & Exposition 2015 – Booth #2447

TalentGuard is excited to be attending the 18th Annual HR Technology Conference & Exposition at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas from October 18-21. This year, TalentGuard will certainly grab your attention by announcing new products and integrations with best-in-class technology and content providers. Stop by booth #2447 to engage in our promotional give-aways, where you can win free prizes,…

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[WEBINAR] Destination Unknown: Employees without career paths present a risk to your organization

We invite you to download the webinar [DESCRIPTION] When employees first enter the workplace, their apprehensions center on their first jobs. What company will they join? Where will they work? What title will they have? How much money will they make? As their time in the workplace grows, however, and their jobs become routine, those…

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Career Path Development Starts Here

A common reason an employee will leave for a competitor is lack of career progress. An explanation for this fact is that employees desire to be a part of something that will inspire them to think about a destination ahead. Just the simple thought of progress toward that destination will spark motion toward that desire. If employees are left…

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