How benchmarking your data helps contextualize results

Reading Time: 6 minutes Your recent employee survey revealed that only 80% of your staff is actively engaged in their work. You’re ready to sound the alarm bells with your leadership team to figure out why a whopping 20% of your workforce is just punching the clock and biding their time until they can move on. Our data shows …
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How to prioritize company culture during periods of change

Reading Time: 7 minutes The pandemic has had a profound impact on the modern workplace in the last year. Nearly overnight, the pandemic made remote work the new norm, and it accelerated the digital transformation of many businesses. But, it also forced many people out of a job or added more work to their plates. That paired with feelings …
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What the pandemic has taught us about equitable performance

Reading Time: 6 minutes Now that work and personal life are so undeniably intertwined, individual circumstances have become a critical factor when measuring performance. Everyone has been affected differently by the crisis and face hurdles that impact their performance. Whether it’s dependent care during the workday, access to reliable internet, feelings of burnout, or a complete shift in responsibilities, those of …
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How to strike a balance between autonomy and support

Reading Time: 7 minutes We recently published a report with RedThread Research to explore how people can effectively manage their remote teams. One of the most surprising findings from our research: employees’ level of autonomy is one of the few measures that increased during the pandemic.  While this is great, it’s important for managers not to confuse autonomy with …
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A human-centric approach to performance reviews

Reading Time: 4 minutes When major shifts happen both inside and outside of a company, HR leaders being to contemplate how to approach annual performance reviews in new ways. Even when things are far from “business as usual”, performance reviews are still critical to drive business decisions, ensure continuity within the organization, and invest in the growth of employees. …
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Adopting a new perspective on career development

Reading Time: 7 minutes Building a career development strategy may be the single most important consideration you need for your organization and employees. Why? Because humans have a fundamental need to grow and have a feeling of accomplishment. This is especially true for work life. Contrary to the popular belief that people leave an organization because of a bad …
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Goal-setting for remote and hybrid teams

Reading Time: 5 minutes Employee goals are the backbone of any effective performance management process, helping you bring clarity to your direct reports on what they need to do and how their work will be evaluated. As more employees work remotely, or away from their teams, one thing that doesn’t change is the power goals have to increase performance …
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6 ways to support and acknowledge strong managers

Reading Time: 5 minutes While HR teams are often tasked with assisting and educating new and struggling managers, they rarely have the opportunity to get to know and support successful managers in the company. That disconnect can cause top managers to feel unsupported, unappreciated, and frustrated in their current roles, which can in turn impede organizational and departmental progress.  …
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