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.