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Performance Evaluations of Multicultural Employees: Three Things to Keep in Mind

Nov 13, 2019 10:53:57 PM / by Nadia Nassif posted in Performance Reviews, Effective Communication, Training and Development

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It’s hard to believe we are already well into fall. In New England, that means colder weather, apple picking, pumpkins, and football. For many organizations, the season is also filled with a flurry of talent management activities, from onboarding and training to gearing up for the annual performance review process… Definitely a busy and potentially daunting time for most HR professionals.

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Interpreting and Improving Performance Reviews of Multicultural Employees

Oct 25, 2019 12:27:00 PM / by Nadia Nassif posted in Performance Reviews, Multinational, Workforce

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Have you ever encountered a performance review in which a manager criticizes a behavior that’s tied to an employee’s cultural norms rather than to performance issues?

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Thinking of Abandoning Reviews for Continuous Feedback? Consider the Value of Coaching

Aug 2, 2016 11:33:00 AM / by Nadia Nassif posted in Performance Reviews, Coaching, Continuous Feedback

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In today’s increasingly competitive talent market, many companies are talking about abandoning annual performance reviews in favor of continuous performance feedback (CPF).

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Are You Making the Most of the Midyear Review Period?

Jul 15, 2016 11:25:00 AM / by Nadia Nassif posted in Performance Reviews, Development, Training

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For many companies, the midyear period is a time for employee evaluation and goal-setting, typically resulting in a “from-now-to-year-end” roadmap. Ideally, managers and human resource leaders work together to establish an open-dialog environment in which employees are actively encouraged to share thoughts on their progress, challenges, and goals…and how they see the rest of the year unfolding. Managers, advisers, and HR staff should all come away from these conversations asking--

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