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Business press embraces Clear Review's UK Performance Management Report 2019

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At the begin­ning of Octo­ber we pub­lished our lat­est report, an in-depth look at the atti­tudes of HR lead­ers, peo­ple man­agers and employ­ees to per­for­mance man­age­ment at their organisation. 

We inter­viewed 300 senior HR pro­fes­sion­als, 500 man­agers and 1,000 employ­ees about their expe­ri­ences with per­for­mance man­age­ment: how it worked, where it suc­ceed­ed and where the short­com­ings were. The response from the HR and wider busi­ness press has been strong, both in the UK and the US and beyond. Here’s our break­down of the pub­li­ca­tions with some­thing to say about our bench­mark research for this hot top­ic in the world of HR

HR Tech­nol­o­gist focus­es on the aspi­ra­tion gap between man­agers and employ­ees, not­ing that many meet­ings that man­agers believe to be per­for­mance check-ins aren’t viewed the same way by their teams. Employ­er News takes a sim­i­lar tack.

OnRec reached out to us to request a deep­er dive into some of the issues. Our CEO, Stu­art Hearn, penned this piece on the chal­lenge of allo­cat­ing pay and reward in a con­tin­u­ous feed­back culture. 

We’ve had plen­ty more requests for com­ment, and we’ll be shar­ing those com­ment and edi­to­r­i­al pieces here as they go live. You can down­load your own copy of the report right here.