Most of us have recently finished annual salary reviews and are now busy working on our KPIs. I am guessing about half of your organisations are taking a look at … More Pay for Performance is Good but Not Enough
If an organization has a vision, a mission, a strategy and a business plan, then the 1st priority of all those employed is to help fulfill these. The leaders’ role … More It’s about management, not performance management
So much talk about performance management and doing away with ratings. When cars were invented, they were called “horseless carriages” because the absence of horses was so shocking at the time. Wifi … More Horseless Carriages are “Cars.” Ratingless Performance Management is now…
It’s late March, and every C&B manager is performing their sacred duty right now: making sure hundreds, thousands, maybe tens of thousands of employees are considered for a raise, and … More AI, MBSO, Reward Cycle… whatever you call it, it’s Salary Review time!
I will be presenting the latest and most comprehensive analysis of “no ratings” performance management in the Asian context, next week, at HRMAsia’s Performance Management and Rewards conference, in Singapore, … More Coach for Performance, Reward for Retention
Managers are paid to manage. HR exists to help managers manage. Performance management was not invented by managers, but by HR to help managers 1) manage out weak performers, and 2) allocate rewards. Rating systems that drive rewards have a life of their own and undermine core manager responsibilities and skills. We spoonfeed managers with “good pay decisions” instead of allowing them to make their own decisions and learn from their consequences. … More Goodbye, pay for performance. Hello, real management.
If you want to understand why General Electric, Microsoft, Apple, Adobe and others have stopped using performance ratings, and hear a panel of respected Singaporean rewards leaders explain their preferences for … More Hmmm… Ratings or No Ratings?
Freelance Total Rewards is happy to announce a public networking event for C&B/HR practitioners with a panel discussion on the topic of “Rewards Without Ratings…Really?” to be held in Singapore, evening … More Rewards Without Ratings…Really? Event Invitation
No wonder companies are dropping ratings. We have adopted sloppy labels for people. Imagine if you took the performance rating labels of “meets expectations” or “exceeds expectations” and used them in … More Tell it like it is
As a consultant, I am curious and always eager to gain a better understanding of my field, which is total rewards and global mobility. I am currently taking a couple … More U.S. Politics and their Impact on Rewards