Raising the Standard for Performance Management

How to Align Development and Compensation with Business Strategy

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HR Exchange Network Editorial Team
05/01/2020

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95% of managers are dissatisfied with their organization’s performance management system.  Additionally, 90% of HR leaders believe their current system does not deliver the right data about employee performance. HR teams should never settle when it comes to developing new approaches to assessing employee growth and aligning that growth with the overall needs of the business.

Through performance reviews, goal tracking, 360 assessments and continuous development, employees begin to feel more in tune with the company's needs and goals, but an unbiased assessment environment also needs to exist for optimal results. 

Culture Amp's eBook, Raising the Standard for Performance Management provides a guide that will show companies how to rebrand and rebuild their process so individual performance aligns with company goals.

Key takeaways include:

  • How to rebrand, and rebuild your approach to performance management
  • Aligning development with business strategy
  • Draw the best performance out of employees
  • Proactively protect new processes from bias

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