Performance reviews are designed to both evaluate general performance and measure progress around specific goals. Both negative and positive aspects are incorporated in these reviews as they should serve as a point of reference to both look back in evaluation and ahead in anticipation. Pulling back from daily demands in order to assess and review employee performance allows managers to focus their attention on specific departments and clarify what is high priority to their company. Performance reviews also act as an opportunity to acknowledge working staff and identify professional development which will further support the staff members’ career growth. Reviews are seen as a powerful tool that can be tied to a company’s overall success; they serve to align staff with the organization’s expectations and priorities.
Emotional Intelligence Helps the Employees to Increase Their Emotional Self-Awareness, Emotional Expression, Creativity, Increase Tolerance, Increase Trust and Integrity, Improve Relations Within and Across the Organization and Thereby Increase the Performance of Each Employee and the Organization As a Whole. “emotional Intelligence Is One of the Few Key Characteristics That Gives Rise to Strategic Leaders in Organizations” 3. At a Microcosmic Level, Ei Will Produce an Employee Who Will Know His A Capability, His Job, Has an Outlook in the Future, And Is Confident of a Well- Journal of Management Development, 34(2),
Review of Literature Punjaisri and Wilson (2011) present the internal branding process as involving employee identification with the brand, commitment and loyalty to it which together result in brand performance. Brand commitment refers to psychological processes that make employees exhibit brand citizenship behaviour. Brand commitment is influenced by brand-centred human resources management, brand communication and brand leadership. It is also affected by culture fit, structure fit, employee know-how and disposable resources (Burmann & Zeplin, 2005). Vallester and de Chernatony (2010) highlight the role of leadership during the internal branding process.
Employee Motivation Employee engagement is a key business driver for organizational success. High levels of engagement in domestic and global firms promote retention of talent, foster customer loyalty and improve organizational performance and stakeholder value. A complex concept, engagement is influenced by many factors--from workplace culture, organizational communication and managerial styles to trust and respect, leadership and company reputation. For today's different generations, access to training and career opportunities, work/life balance and empowerment to make decisions are important. Thus, to foster a culture of engagement, HR leads the way to design, measure and evaluate proactive workplace policies and practices that help attract and retain talent with skills and competencies necessary for growth and sustainability.
Understanding individuals’ values within a business will help the manager to understand the emotions behind the values, which will substantiate manager’s success. In organizations, attitudes are important because they affect business behavior. Attitude is more volatile and in constant change, as opposed to values. Values are much stronger, and harder to alter or change. The manager can take the time to learn how an employee’s attitude shows a compelling interest in the behavior and emotions of the employees.
Communication is an important skill for people to have in an organization. Through the interpersonal communication (communication between two or more people) process, people can exchange information, create motivation, express feelings or apply penalties for inappropriate behavior, all within the workplace (Robbins, et al, 2009). According to Eunson (2008) people who lack communication skills in the organization should be trained to deal with different situation that involve communicating effectively. In response to Eunson (2008), this essay aims to prove why interpersonal communication is an important skill to have and how organisation can train employees and managers to use these skills within the workplace. Additionally, the essay will address the benefits managers can gain through different communication training regimes to employee teams and the effects of the training.
Recently, the substantial research have generalised series of drivers involving physical, psychological, and emotional elements to engaging employees. According to Penna’s research report (Cited in Markos and Sridevi, 2010), researcher stated that the most significant drivers influencing the levels of employee engagement is having a meaningful job, namely meaning at work is essential to affect the levels of engagement. Besides, there are other various drivers, such as leadership, engaging managers, employee voice, integrity, decision making authority, and so forth. Concerning with such various factors affecting to engaging employees, many of research have generated different types of approaches to obtain and remain employee engagement. This paper aims to evaluate some organisational strategies to engaging employees by comparing their differences, usages in practice and theory, followed by a piece of available suggestion regarding to the steps to increase levels of engagement.
Human Resource Management The primary function of human resource management is to increase the effectiveness and contribution of employees in the attainment of organizational goals and objectives. An organization's success increasingly depends on the knowledge, skills, and abilities of its employees. Without out them they would surely fail. Particularly, how a company is run and how they treat their employees and customers help set the core competencies, which distinguish one organization from its competitors. This paper is intended to give an overall view of how important Human Resources re to a organization, by looking at the people involved, the laws that effect, and the methods used in Human resource management.
Best Industry Practices In Assessing Employee Engagement Companies across the globe are pooling resources to design and administer effective engagement policies for their employees. However, Implementing the action planning process and maintaining levels of engagement is the real challenge. High performing organizations have employees who take an active part in understanding their company’s business strategy and operating goals, also contributing towards their success. Employees in high-performing organizations understand their company's business strategy and operating goals, and most importantly, what they need to do to contribute to their success. Equally important is that they genuinely want—and are able to—take ownership of challenges and find solutions.
To manage organizational behavior, an organization needs to focus on hiring, maintaining, developing and utilizing the skills of their human capital. In addition to maintaining quality employees, it is important for an organization to monitor and manage employee interactions with their coworkers and their customers. By understanding these interactions and the skills of each employee, manager is able to place employees in positions they are best suited for. Placing the best employee in the best position allows the organization to develop and grow using the strengths of each employee. This also promotes positive behavior amongst employees which ultimately will result in strategic advantages for the organization (Hitt, Miller & Colella, 2006).