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Do you enjoy getting an annual performance review? Do you think your busy boss enjoys it? The amount of work involved in doing an annual performance review is staggering for just one employee. Imagine having to do it for the whole department … because that’s what your boss has to do. A comedian once suggested that all performance reviews should be done in bars to…


Yesterday, we looked at the ineffective onboarding mistakes that many companies do even when they have the best intentions. Research shows us over and over that companies that do onboarding right have higher employee engagement, loyalty and productivity. They also have much lower turnover. Today, we’ll look at how to create an effective onboarding process. We already discussed having serious talks with employees doing their…


Many, many years ago … before it was called onboarding … companies used to call the process of welcoming new employees, “orientation”, and they did it even worse than what companies do now.  Maybe it was because those Traditionalist and Baby Boomer generations of workers were brought up with the “grow old and die with the company” mindset? Organizations didn’t put that much effort into welcoming…


Ever notice that the majority of negative reviews you read about a company is based upon a customer’s bad customer service experience rather than a bad product? It might be because most companies are wise enough to have a money-back guarantee of some sort. If you’re not happy, they’ll make it good. Even the angriest customers can be placated if you make them feel wanted…