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Employee Performance Management Problems
The newest trend in human capital management is employee performance management (EPM). Unlike traditional HR evaluations, EPM links employee performance to a

employee evaluations  the following problems: Traditional employee performance evaluations are conducted once a year , though performance is a continuous issue. Thus this method cannot save mid-way disasters caused by employees or by negligent managers who have not been following business plans or objectives. The HR department and line managers are not coordinated . There are no collaborative platforms between HR and line managers, and HR often knows little about specific employee roles and management functions. Nonetheless,

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Employee Performance Management: Making It a Reality in Your Organization


Over 90 percent of human resources (HR) professionals rate employee performance management (EPM) as a top priority. Yet considerably fewer have EPM systems deployed within their organizations, mostly because of concerns about presenting a persuasive case for such projects to executive management. However, a structured approach to selecting, planning for, and implementing an EPM solution can help alleviate those concerns.

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Human Capital Management for the Public Sector


In the face of shrinking budgets and increasing demands, public sector agencies must transform themselves into providers of value-added services. By developing strategic human capital management (HCM) operations, they can align and engage every employee in the pursuit of organizational mission delivery. The most cost-effective approach to this challenge is through the integration of a comprehensive HCM solution.

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Innovative HCM Technologies: A Look at Emerging Solutions for Recruitment and Employee Engagement


Specialized human capital management (HCM) solutions in specific areas such as recruitment and employee engagement can be a good fit for companies that don’t need a full HCM suite or a best-of-breed solution, or those constrained by a limited budget for their HCM initiatives. This report looks at eleven specialized players in the HCM market and how they are using innovative technologies to fit smaller HCM budgets and specialized HCM needs.

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Onboarding: Enhancing New Employee Clarity and Confidence


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Fostering Employee Engagement in Your Organization


Fostering employee engagement is critical to creating an effective, innovative workplace. Increased employee engagement has the potential to positively impact your entire organization, and bring about higher accountability to performance across the board. Employee engagement is also a key factor in career development—engaged employees are far more likely to be effective and charismatic leaders. This white paper looks at ways to measure and increase employee engagement, so that your company can reap the benefits of an engaged workforce, including improved productivity, better customer service, increased employee retention, and increased customer retention.

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Managing Millennials: Engaging with the Newest Generation of Workers


Regardless of your industry, the population of millennials—employees who reached working age after 2000—is probably growing rapidly at your company. As the generation that grew up with technology, they know how to stay hyper-connected with people and information.

This capacity, combined with young people’s natural energy and tendency to generate novel ideas, can accelerate innovation and productivity at any company if people and processes are properly managed. This paper describes approaches for recruiting and retaining this generation that has been alternatively described as entitled and creative.

First, you may need to address conflicts with older workers if they resent millennials’ demands for flexible work arrangements and career advancement. Ask these groups to work together, foster as much transparency as possible across the organization, and ask what each individual needs to succeed in the enterprise.

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As an HR leader, you’re expected to achieve and sustain the highest possible levels of employee engagement. The reason is simple—higher levels of engagement lead to better business results. Engaged employees produce higher-quality work, experience fewer accidents, miss less work, and are less likely to leave your organization. This white paper outlines eight recommendations for turning employee engagement into positive business outcomes for your organization.

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