December 2, 2020
Performance Management 25 November 2020
5 Steps for Starting A Performance Review Program From Scratch
Guest Poster
Conducting performance reviews is a daunting task, you never want anyone within your organization to feel like they are under a microscope! But performance reviews are an important part of ensuring that everyone is on the same page and getting the support they need to provide optimal results.
Performance Management 18 November 2020
How To Stay Productive During The Holidays
Isabella A
With the holiday season approaching, everything becomes a little chaotic. There are parties to attend, gifts to buy, meals to make, and family member’s coming into town. With all the seasonal pressure build up, chances are employees are feeling pretty overwhelmed, and work isn’t a huge priority.
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Performance Management 10 November 2020
How to Use Data to Drive Your Employee Engagement Strategy
Krishnapriya Nair
Employee Engagement has been one of the biggest challenges faced by organizations worldwide for quite a long time. Year after year, major organizational surveys show a very reluctant employee engagement arrow that is so stubborn to move above the 15% mark. That means around 85% of workers across the globe are disengaged and would like to look for better options if they can. Do you think that your employees also fall under this category?
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Performance Management 04 November 2020
How Automation Improves the Onboarding Experience
Guest Poster
The most valuable asset of any organization is the talent (aka the human resource). Also, the main goal of most companies out there is to make sure they attract the best talent for their needs and integrate it into their business model.
Performance Management 21 October 2020
Common Obstacles Preventing Productivity In The Workplace
Guest Poster
Workplace productivity can make or break a company. If employees fail to complete their workload during office hours, business suffers immensely. This causes undue stress for all parties involved, but it’s not a problem that’s easy to solve. Many everyday factors have a negative influence on productivity. Without finding a way to target these, employers can’t hope to improve staff output during the workday.
Performance Management 13 October 2020
How to Refocus Workers and Improve Productivity
Kelsy Ketchum
It’s natural for employees to get distracted sometimes. No one’s a robot who can stay focused all day, every day. But when distractions are becoming more common than actual time spent on work, and productivity is suffering, you need to act. It can be hard to know how to refocus your employees without sacrificing employee engagement or closely monitoring how workers use their time, but it’s doable.
Performance Management 13 October 2020
8 Tips to Ensure Productivity When Employees Work from Home
Amanda Turner
As of 2018, more than 5% of Americans have reported working from home at least some of the time. As technology advances and workers seek increased flexibility, this number is only going to grow. But while telecommuting has benefits for both employers and employees, many companies fear that letting people work from home will lead to decreased productivity.
Performance Management 07 October 2020
6 Simple Ways to Increase Productivity
Hannah Son
Productivity is critical to your team’s success. Business owners, managers, and executives all want to get the most from their employees, but if you’re failing to implement your own productivity strategies, then challenging your employees to be productive is fruitless.
Performance Management 30 September 2020
What the Performance Management Cycle Can Do for You
Dillon Chen
Contrary to popular belief, it’s actually not any single evaluation meeting, but an ongoing process that allows the employee and company to be in a constant state of growth and improvement.
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Performance Management 24 September 2020
How to Maximize Potential Within Employees- Driving Motivation
Hannah Son
Maximizing employee potential and motivation levels should be one of your top priorities. Each employee you bring onto your team should be carefully considered and treated as an investment.
Performance Management 23 September 2020
How to Conduct Performance Reviews: Advice from Employees
Joan Elmore
Performance evaluations can feel like a drudgery all around. Another "To-Do" in the middle of a thousand more important things. And most likely, employees aren’t jumping around in excitement to learn about how they’re measuring up.
Performance Management 17 September 2020
The Importance of Continuous Performance Management
Dillon Chen
As covered in the previous article, performance management is the process of monitoring and evaluating employee performance to make sure it meets the needed standards defined by succession planning Many performance management processes are currently a “one and done” sort of deal based on annual or semi-annual performance reviews. However, we at ProSky believe it should be a constant process that evolves for each position within the company.
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Performance Management 16 September 2020
Continuous Performance: Role of a Department Head
Britta Howlett
The key to any successful continuous performance program is to have frequent manager-employee check-in meetings. The goal of these meetings is to have the opportunity to discuss performance and continually getting feedback.
Performance Management 09 September 2020
How to Use ENPS to Boost Employee Loyalty
Guest Poster
A brand with loyal employees enjoys multiple benefits like a steady growth rate, increased revenue, and most importantly, the brand attracts promising talent. On the contrary, brands with poor work culture often suffer due to unhappy employees. Brands measure the success of their engagement strategies using the metric Employee Net Promoter Score (ENPS)!
Performance Management 17 August 2020
8 Tips to Manage your Time for Better Work-Life Balance
Guest Poster
Do most of your days begin with you struggling to wake up, rushing to office, coming back home tired and dropping dead on the bed? Where is the time for family, for yourself and for doing things that bring you joy?
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Performance Management 22 July 2020
Performance Management: Concepts, Skills and Exercises
Guest Poster
Performance management is a well-known process recognized by almost all HR departments. However, the fact remains that some companies still don’t use this productivity booster properly and fail to achieve the desired results.
Performance Management 14 July 2020
What Makes People Love Their Jobs?
Tiffany Rowe
Nothing should make an employer happier than to have happy employees. For one, it makes life a lot easier when you don’t have to deal with a bunch of malcontent grumps who do their work grudgingly and race each other to the door when the day is over. For another, happy employees are good employees who are invested in the company’s success and contribute meaningfully to the bottom line.
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Performance Management 07 July 2020
5 Reasons Employees Are Being Unproductive
Jessica Thiefels
Even the most committed workers can be unproductive, but the problem arises when productivity dwindles across an entire office or workplace.
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Performance Management 23 June 2020
Finding What Motivates Your Employees
Dillon Chen
Employee Motivation is an interesting thing. It is not easily measured but can have huge positive effects on your organization by creating higher levels of efficiency, reducing costs, and increasing employee retention rates.
Performance Management 18 June 2020
The Best Ways to Deal with "Bad" Employees
Dillon Chen
Every company should run like a smoothly oiled machine with every employee fulfilling their roles in order for the company to grow and succeed. However, if one of your employees is a “bad” employee and not pulling their weight, or actively working against the company, it can throw a wrench into your machine and disrupt all of the operations.
Performance Management 16 June 2020
10 Simple Ways to Build Trust and Boost Employee Engagement
Daniela McVicker
Most leaders are aware that the employees are a company’s most important asset. In fact, that is accurate when the majority of the workforce is totally engaged in their work. If not, they are either adding minimal value or actively working against the organization. Trust is difficult to be achieved and it must be constantly re-earned by the employer. But with a little bit of an effort, hiring managers will be able to build a reservoir of good will that they can rely on during challenging and difficult times and occasions.
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Performance Management 15 June 2020
Organizational Strategies
Britta Howlett
Every company needs an organizational strategy to help them evolve and get them where they want to go. Organizational strategy is defined as “a dynamic long-term plan that maps the route towards the realization of a company’s goals and vision.”
Performance Management 10 June 2020
How to Maintain Stellar Remote Team Collaboration and Communication After COVID-19
Guest Poster
All organizations have been impacted by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic in some way, shape, or form. The pandemic has forced millions of employees around the world out of their offices and into their homes. What used to be a sought after benefit for employees, remote working is now necessary for businesses to continue to operate, as health experts and government officials have mandated stay-at-home orders and community quarantine protocols.
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Performance Management 04 June 2020
What Drives Happy Workers?
Jessica Thiefels
Studies have proven time and time again that happy workers are productive workers. Which is why you want more happy employees in your office. The trick is figuring out how to make your workers happy—
Performance Management 26 May 2020
Organizational Development: The Heartbeat of the Organization
Dillon Chen
Organization development (OD) is the study of successful organizational change and performance. During human relations studies in the 1930’s, psychologists found that organizational structures and processes influence worker behavior and motivation.

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