employee performance and rewards




Abdifatah Musse The Influence of Rewards and Satisfactions on Employees. Performance in Organization

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5464 руб.
Bachelor Thesis from the year 2012 in the subject Business economics - Personnel and Organisation, grade: A, Kolej Universiti Insaniah (Insaniah University College ), course: Business Administration , language: English, abstract: While performing their duties in an organization, an employees' performance can be viewed through the provision of rewards, benefits, pay levels and pay for their administration. It was named work performance. The study was based on conceptual method which is focusing on relation to the satisfaction of reward and employee's performance; it has 4 items, which are pay level, Salary administration, raise and benefits satisfactions. Furthermore, benefit satisfaction has roughly three main items, namely training, health and rights. It is because; this research's title is aimed to determine the Relationship between reward satisfaction and work performance. Moreover, the objective of this study is that to examine the influence between pay level and work performance, and to examine the influence between benefits and work performance, also to examine the relationship between raise satisfaction and work performance and to examine the influence between salary administrative and work performance. This study was conducted in a conceptual method. As we have intended to study about the influence of rewards and satisfactions on employee's performance in organization, information that we have used were gathered from distinct areas such as text books, ...

Ezra Schneier, Austin Muzumdar Total Rewards Communication Handbook, Version 5

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1339 руб.
Total Rewards Communication. A step-by-step guide to communicating the full value of employment to improve employee engagement and retention. A handbook to help employers effectively communicate compensation, benefits and total rewards. An easy to follow guide for implementing, managing and improving Total Rewards Communication to achieve success.

Ezra Schneier Total Rewards Communication Handbook Version 7

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989 руб.
A Total Rewards Communication program can help employers improve business results and achieve success with more engaged and better informed associates. Total Rewards Communication helps enhance employee retention and builds awareness about the full value of employment. Based on experience from the development of numerous programs for employers, this handbook explains the practical steps to follow to bring Total Rewards Communication to life.The purpose of this handbook is to discuss how easy it can be to implement Total Rewards Communication at any organization.

John Tropman E. The Compensation Solution. How to Develop an Employee-Driven Rewards System

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1881.72 руб.
Money isn't everything to today's employees. This book shows companies how to combine traditional compensation with the educational, emotional, and psychological benefits that will attract the best and brightest. It identifies the ten elements–including learning, advancement, emotional rewards, and quality of life–that job seekers rank highest among desired benefits. Then it shows employers how to combine them with monetary benefits to create effective, employee-driven compensation packages.

Kieran Baldwin Managing employee performance in seven steps

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2527 руб.
This handbook describes how to identify the real issues affecting someone's performance and address them efficiently and effectively. Previously entitled Managing Individual Performance, this second edition includes an additional chapter that considers performance management practice in a business context.

Sabir M. Suleman, Sajjad Muhammad Impact Of CSR

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6039 руб.
The trend of organizations is changing and organizations are demanding satisfied employees rather than dissatisfied employees. This paper provides some factors about how employee's performance can be increased to achieve organization goals and objectives. Organizational performance and employee commitment are dependent variable while independent variables are CSR, hygienic factors and organizational structure. The aim of this study; how independent variables (CSR, hygienic factors and organizational structure) influence the dependent variable (organizational performance and employee commitment). This study also indicates that of organization structure is necessary for improving the performance because satisfaction is necessary for improving the performance. For achieving the performance of employees and organization effectiveness is necessary and organization should adopt such strategies and policies which are helpful in the satisfaction of employees and which improve the attachment of employee with the organization. The practical implications, limitation of the study and future research directions are suggested.

Kelly Clarkson Problems and Usage of PFP for informal Workers in China

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2614 руб.
Bachelor Thesis from the year 2011 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, grade: B, University of Cambridge, language: English, abstract: Pay for performance, is a motivational aspect in human resource management in that the hired workers receive increased benefits for their work output if the team they belong to, department or group reaches certain set targets by the organization they are affiliated with. According to Conyon and Murphy, (2000) and Bebchuk and Fried, (2006), pay depends on performance of an employee in relation to the threshold set as measurement. Pay for performance has different categories and they include the following : Competence based payment rewards and training links directly with competency platforms, measured upon on the employee demonstrating specified qualifications like: identifying, analyzing and solving problems, taking responsibility and making critical decisions concerning job description, leadership qualities traits that are relevant to the job, customer satisfaction i.e. good interpersonal skills , dealing with conflicting views and means of resolving them or having certain qualifications. Profits resulting to payments of bonuses or being given shares according to organization performance in their set financial years; this is common and well embraced in the private sector, in which share options as a means of reward are offered to senior managers or top performers based upon organization criteria. Pro...

Crynos Mademe Implementation of an Effective HIV/AIDS Policy

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9064 руб.
The research project underscores the fact that HIV/AIDS remain the leading threat to employee and organizational performance in South Africa. The study employed triangulation hence using both qualitative and quantitative methods. The Likert survey questionnaire was used in order to evaluate the impact of implementation of an effective HIV/AIDS policy on employee and organizational performance. Furthermore, to understand the experiences of those responsible in the implementation process in depth interviews were used. The research was mainly influenced by the social development theory or the empowerment model. The research established that even though HIV/AIDS is not curable, it is manageable and preventable thus the findings were that the implementation of an effective HIV/AIDS policy has positive impacts on employee and organizational performance.

Muhammad Sajid Saeed Leadership and employee performance in the petroleum industry of Saudi Arabia

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3139 руб.
Scientific Study from the year 2015 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, , language: English, abstract: This research will focus on a critical assessment of leadership and employee performance in oil and gas sector of Saudi Arabia by taking into account three top petroleum companies.To achieve this aim, the following list of objectives are formed- To evaluate the link between employee performance and leadership in selected organisations- To discover how leadership patterns affect employees' performance- To explore the impact of leadership style on employees' productivity- To investigate the factors affecting the performance of employees in selected organisationSaudi Arabia as a nation is presently facing a quick increase in the number of entrepreneurs who establish businesses related to wholesales, maintenance and production industries in local areas. These businesses are increasing the expectations and interactions between the entrepreneur and employees on a daily basis. Due to this fact, the study will be of a huge importance in a number of ways:1. It will help expose the relationship between organisational performance and leadership and how leadership techniques could be useful for petroleum industries to manage the environmental influences and differences.2. It will be useful for students of business administration who may become entrepreneurs, managers and leaders in the future.3. The study will also help the leaders and ...

Abreham Tilahun Psychological Contract and Employees Performance

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8377 руб.
It is clear that the relationship that exists between employers and employees can contribute to a better performance of the organization if it is properly handled. In their relationships the employer and the employee sign written contract that may include different terms and conditions of employment. However, written contracts may not include all the expectations of both parties. Thus there is unwritten contract which is implicit between the individual and his/her organization that specifies what the parties expect to give and receive from each other in their relationship. Therefore organizations should understand this type of contract and its impact on employees and over all organizational performance.This study has been conducted to investigate the effect of psychological contract fulfillment on employee performance. Specifically the research explores the relationship between psychological contract fulfillment and performance across permanent and temporary employees.Therefore,getting and reading this study will benefit the readers to understand the mystery behind psychological contract of employee performance.

Tewodros Solomon Rewarding Systems and Their Impact on Employees. Performance

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9064 руб.
At present work environment, employees require competent and equitable reward that fit with their effort. In return, they will be able to put their utmost potential to achieve company's mission. The motive behind conducting this study is to identify rewarding systems and their impact on employees' performance. The findings of the study clearly show that different rewarding systems positively affect employees' performance. In addition, the company works more on monetary rewards but the availability and provision of non-monetary rewards were found to be poor. To boost employees' morale and performance, the company should plan its rewarding systems based on different demographic variables and it should adopt effective implementation of different non-monetary rewarding systems. Moreover, it should consider the impact of rewards given at individual, team and organizational level. Finally, the findings this book is helpful for the company, policy makers and academicians who want conduct similar study.

Oluwatoyin Oyeniyi, O. A. Adekeye Influence of Behavioural Pattern, Self-Esteem and Work Environment

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8652 руб.
The issue of employee job performance is crucial to every manager, organization and government. A plethora of factors have been identified to influence an employee's productivity; but this study, carried out among civil servants as opposed to employees in private firms and organizations in Lagos state, identified and explored three factors that impact on employees job performance such as behavioural pattern, self-esteem and work environment. There was a combined contribution of self-esteem and work environment on job performance while behavioural pattern was the least predictor. This work, therefore, provides a new vista to understanding how the three identified variables interact with job performance. Stratified and simple random sampling was employed to select the participants from four government ministries. A survey questionnaire made up of four trajectories was used to collect all the data for the study. The conclusion should help managers, especially in public work-space to appreciate the various factors that may impact both positively and negatively on an employee's job performance.

Marnie Green E. Painless Performance Conversations. A Practical Approach to Critical Day-to-Day Workplace Discussions

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1253.42 руб.
Actionable communication and management strategies for tackling difficult workplace discussions Delivering the uncomfortable news that an employee is not stacking up can be stressful, and managers often have difficulties finding the right words to get their message across. Painless Performance Conversations presents actionable and practical communication and management strategies for any manager looking to effectively influence employee performance. Learn how to focus these conversations for maximum impact on performance, crystallize expectations for what success looks like, and engage employees in solution-finding. Presenting four key mindsets and an easy to use conversation model, this book offers the tangible solutions managers need to tackle critical workplace discussions with poise and professionalism, as well as the tools needed to stay focused in otherwise difficult conversations. Eliminates the pain and fear that leads to procrastination of tough workplace conversations. Reduces the harmful impacts of judgment in performance conversation Helps managers create a culture of ownership and accountability Author Marnie E. Green is a featured blogger for Jobing.com and shares her popular and practical management perspectives in keynotes, webinars, and workshops with thousands of leaders in organizations worldwide Painless Performance Conversations will help you to lead performance-related conversations with confidence and create a culture of workplace accountability.

Kevin E. Phillips Employee LEAPS. Leveraging Engagement by Applying Positive Strategies

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4427 руб.
A recent Gallup Study estimated that 7 in 10 American workers are "actively disengaged" or "not engaged" while at work, costing the economy between $450 and $550 billion per year. Employee LEAPS Leveraging Engagement by Applying Positive Strategies has been written to increase employee engagement and optimize workplace performance. By harnessing the power of engagement and nurturing people's innate desire to be captivated by the activities in which they are involved, Employee LEAPS has the potential to transform organizations and facilitate remarkable outcomes that extend far beyond what could be achieved otherwise. If you are interested in increasing employee engagement and optimizing workplace performance, Employee LEAPS is the book for you. The author provides astute direction on how to increase organizational capacity and unleash talent, enabling businesses to produce exceptional results. Employees who are engaged in the activities they are involved deliver results far superior to those who are not.

Nafei Wageeh Organizational Learning

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6652 руб.
Organizational Learning has emerged as one of the most promising constructs in management and organizational literature. Therefore, the current book is structured as follows: 1. Organizational Learning as an Approach to Achieve Outstanding Performance, 2. Organizational Learning and Organizational Performance, 3. The Mediating Effects of Organizational Learning on the Relationship between Knowledge Management and Organizational Performance, 4. Leadership Styles and Organizational Learning, 5. Knowledge Management and Organizational Learning from the Employee Perspective.

Andreas Cmolik Expatriate Performance Appraisal

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6052 руб.
Inhaltsangabe:Abstract: The focus of this study is on employee performance evaluation in the international context, while the main part is dedicated to the two most important features in expatriate performance management - goal setting and performance evaluation. The thesis consists of eight chapters. Chapter 1 explains the main causes for the existence of internationally employed managers and states the purpose of this thesis. Chapter 2 focuses on the definition of expatriates and on the utilization of international managers. Chapter 3 links the expatriation issue to international human resource management and investigates its role during the expatriation cycle and in the process of expatriate performance evaluation. Chapter 4 presents the most important stages of the expatriation cycle and their influence on expatriate performance. Chapter 5 concentrates on the salient differences of performance management and performance appraisal. Chapter 6 aims to provide definitions for success and failure, and deals with expatriate failure rates. Chapter 7 is the center of this thesis and comprehensively explains the heart of every performance management process - goal setting and performance evaluation. The last chapter summarizes the findings of the master thesis, and is concerned with the limitations of these findings and their role in future research. The aim of this theoretical study is to provide a comprehensive understanding of expatriate performance appraisal, based on existing...

Linda Holbeche Engaged. Unleashing Your Organization's Potential Through Employee Engagement

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3078.6 руб.
A non-biased, grounded, and practical approach to employee engagement For managers and business leaders who want to enhance performance, this easy-to-use guide to employee management offers real solutions for getting workers engaged and increasing productivity. It explains what employee engagement is, why it matters, what the benefits of it are, what helps and hinders it, how to measure it, how to put theory into action when trying to create it. As an added benefit, it offers plenty of advice on how managers can keep themselves engaged, even during the toughest of times.

Ken Lloyd Performance Appraisals and Phrases For Dummies

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1067.19 руб.
The tools you need to enrich the performance-appraisal experience as you streamline the process Whether you're a manger looking to implement employee appraisals for the first time, concerned with improving the quality and effectiveness of the appraisal process, or simply trying to save time and mental anguish Performance Appraisals & Phrases For Dummies provides the tools you need to save time and energy while presenting fair and accurate evaluations that foster employee growth. This convenient, portable package includes a full-length appraisal phrasebook featuring over 3,200 spot-on phrases and plenty of quick-hitting expert tips on making the most out of the process. You'll also receive online access to writable, customizable sample evaluation forms other timesaving resources. Includes more than 3,200 phrases for clear, and helpful evaluations Helps make evaluations faster, more effective, and far less stressful Offers far more advice and coaching than other performance appraisal books Serves as an ideal guide for managers new to the appraisal process With expert advice from Ken Lloyd, a nationally recognized consultant and author, Performance Appraisals and Phrases For Dummies makes the entire process easier, faster, and more productive for you and your employees.

DR PARVEEN PRASAD PRASAD, SEKHAR SESHAN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT THE HUMAN FACE

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3202 руб.
1 Evolution Of Human Resource Management 2 Recruitment 3 Selection 4 Job Analysis 5 Equality And Diversity In The Workplace 6 Learning And Development 7 Performance Management And Appraisal 8 Compensation Establishing Pay Plans 9 Talented Management 10 Law And Hrm 11 Collective Bargaining 12 Employee Relations 13 Employee Health And Safety 14 Ethics 15 International Human Resource Management 16 Human Resource Information Management

Benedicta Appiah The Impact of training on employee performance

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8777 руб.
The quality of the human resource of an organization is essential to its success.Thus, every organization must seek to improve the quality of its workforce. The importance of training can only be appreciated with a clear understanding of its direct impact on employee performance. This book, therefore, provides a detailed analysis on how training improves the performance of employees and also changes their attitudes and behavior for the purpose of enhancing the effectiveness of the organization as a whole and increase performance. HFC Bank (Ghana) limited was used as a case study for the research thus data was collected through questionnaires distributed to employees, the human resource manager and the finance manager. The study will help firms structure their training programs to make them more effective in terms of helping to improve the efficiency of the workforce and lead to better performance. This will also ensure the existence of a pool of skilled workforce who could be utilized for national development. This analysis should help all organizations who wants to improve the overall performance of their organization and become the best in their industry.

Michael MD Gordon, P. Stewart Lea, Vernon Miller Conversations about Job Performance. A Communication Perspective on the Appraisal Process

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4377 руб.
Organizational appraisals systems are often ineffective and result in unnecessary spending on the part of a company and unnecessary anxiety on the part of employees. Written for practitioners and advanced students, this book presents an alternative approach to the performance appraisal process that focuses on communication rather than evaluation. In this communication-centered approach to performance, the appraisal process is designed to facilitate meaningful and open interaction between employees and their supervisors. By reducing the stress involved for both parties in the typical appraisal interview, more information is gathered from the employee, clearer outcome objectives are specified, and organizational commitment is enhanced. Conducting a systematic and open appraisal should reduce the legal liability of the organization while improving employee job performance. This book will benefit individuals who conduct performance appraisals and those who are charged with designing the appraisal approach for their organization. Readers who are new to management will learn the best practices early in their career and avoid potentially costly mistakes.

Bob Kelleher Employee Engagement For Dummies

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1695.74 руб.
The easy way to boost employee engagement Today more than ever, companies and leaders need a road map to help them boost employee engagement levels. Employee Engagement For Dummies helps employers implement the necessary plans to create and sustain an engaging culture, allowing them to attract and retain the best people while boosting their productivity and creativity. Employee Engagement For Dummies helps you foster employee engagement, a concept that furthers an organization's interests through ensuring that employees remain involved in, committed to, and fulfilled by their work. It covers: practical steps to boost employee engagement with your company or team; how to engage different generations of employees; the keys to reduce voluntary employee turnover; practical tools to help retain and engage your employees; processes that will boost employee retention and productivity; hiring the best fits from the start; and much more. Helps you recognize and understand the impact of positive employee engagement Helps you attract and retain the best employees Employee Engagement For Dummies is for business leaders at all levels who are looking to better engage their employees and increase morale and productivity.

Harding Stephen D. Manager Redefined. The Competitive Advantage in the Middle of Your Organization

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3468.14 руб.
In this book the author explains that managers must build human capital and engender employee engagement by managing them almost not at all, by attending instead to the factors and circumstances that make them successful. In other words, managers must play their role from offstage and out of the limelight. Based on a survey of over 16,000 employees, the author presents Towers-Watson' management performance model: Executing tasks, Building relationships and performance capability, and Energizing change. Additionally, managers must create an atmosphere of authenticity and trust.

Graham Winter The Man Who Cured the Performance Review. A Practical and Engaging Guide to Perfecting the Art of Performance Conversation

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2337.22 руб.
Is there any other business process that consumes as much time and as many resources, damages as many relationships, generates as much ridicule and delivers as little value as the performance review? Following the takeover of one of the world's most-loved franchises, employees are buckling under bureaucratic performance reviews instigated by an overzealous new owner. Morale is at rock bottom, trust between employees and managers has all but evaporated and staff are leaving. Two members of the team set out to find a cure for the ills of the performance review, eventually discovering a universal solution that is stunning in its simplicity and a breakthrough in its effectiveness. In The Man Who Cured the Performance Review, Graham Winter weaves an engaging story that presents a framework to replace the bureaucracy of the performance review with simple tools and practices for fostering real performance conversations. This book will inspire and guide you and your colleagues to: eliminate the fear of feedback create powerful two-way performance conversations simplify the alignment of business goals to individual behaviour. The Man Who Cured the Performance Review is a must-read for any manager, team leader or employee who wants to perfect the art of real conversations that will see them perform at their highest level.

G V Chandra Mouli, Y. Subbarayudu Personality . Work Performance. Evidence Based Analysis

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3314 руб.
Doctoral Thesis / Dissertation from the year 2016 in the subject Business economics - Personnel and Organisation, grade: Awarded, Yogi Vemana University (School of Business Management), course: Ph.D, language: English, abstract: The studies relating to personality factor confined that personality aspect is decisive on certain issues of individual performance. But the present study results spotlighted its incidence on individual performance is not so visible due to mix of different permutations concerning employee perceptions and realities. Individual performance is a multi-dimensional factor. Studies on individual performance revealed that the performances are always incoherent and aligned with typical situational elements. The reasons may be ever changing business equations, challenging tasks, multi-tasks and unfamiliar job assignments etc. It has been influenced by many facets including personality factor and work place dynamics. But the extent of impact is varying due to differences in employee perceptions, nature of work, organizational context and many occupational co-integrated variables. Self-evaluation of task performances, contextual measurement of the job performances, harmonizing workplace negativity, lessening professional psychological tribulations, scheming proactive communication system, encouraging innovations at workplace, limiting the area of self-rejections and creating unleashed structure of job influencing variables assessment are the core practical impli...

Bockarie Sama Banya The Relationship between Simple Employee Recognition and Employee Productivity in Business Organizations. A Case Study

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5352 руб.
Some managers shy away from implementing employee recognition programs fearing high associated costs. Yet, there are some simple and free-cost recognition programs - like saying "thank you" and "well done" - which are crucial. Upon this basis, this study's main purpose is to assess the relationship between simple employee recognition and employee productivity. It is guided by the following objectives: Determining and measuring the best employee productivity, forms of simple employee recognition, relationship between simple employee recognition and employee productivity, and strategies of how to improve employee productivity through recognition.For this purpose, related literature was reviewed and a case study research design in support of both quantitative and qualitative techniques was applied for data collection, presentation and analysis. A sample size of 400 respondents was selected and used with composition of all levels of management for M-Nic Consultancy & Research Centre. Data collection was done using questionnaires and interviews, presented, analysed, interpreted and discussed for conclusions and recommendations.

Marshall Goldsmith The Employee Experience Advantage. How to Win the War for Talent by Giving Employees the Workspaces they Want, the Tools they Need, and a Culture They Can Celebrate

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1633.54 руб.
Research Shows Organizations That Focus on Employee Experience Far Outperform Those That Don't Recently a new type of organization has emerged, one that focuses on employee experiences as a way to drive innovation, increase customer satisfaction, find and hire the best people, make work more engaging, and improve overall performance. The Employee Experience Advantage is the first book of its kind to tackle this emerging topic that is becoming the #1 priority for business leaders around the world. Although everyone talks about employee experience nobody has really been able to explain concretely what it is and how to go about designing for it…until now. How can organizations truly create a place where employees want to show up to work versus need to show up to work? For decades the business world has focused on measuring employee engagement meanwhile global engagement scores remain at an all time low despite all the surveys and institutes that been springing up tackle this problem. Clearly something is not working. Employee engagement has become the short-term adrenaline shot that organizations turn to when they need to increase their engagement scores. Instead, we have to focus on designing employee experiences which is the long term organizational design that leads to engaged employees. This is the only long-term solution. Organizations have been stuck focusing on the cause instead of the effect. The cause is employee experience; the effect is an engaged workforce. Backed by an extensive research project that looked at over 150 studies and articles, featured extensive interviews with over 150 executives, and analyzed over 250 global organizations, this book clearly breaks down the three environments that make up every single employee experience at every organization around the world and how to design for them. These are the cultural, technological, and physical environments. This book explores the attributes that organizations need to focus on in each one of these environments to create COOL spaces, ACE technology, and a CELEBRATED culture. Featuring exclusive case studies, unique frameworks, and never before seen research, The Employee Experience Advantage guides readers on a journey of creating a place where people actually want to show up to work. Readers will learn: The trends shaping employee experience How to evaluate their own employee experience using the Employee Experience Score What the world's leading organizations are doing around employee experience How to design for technology, culture, and physical spaces The role people analytics place in employee experience Frameworks for how to actually create employee experiences The role of the gig economy The future of employee experience Nine types of organizations that focus on employee experience And much more! There is no question that engaged employees perform better, aspire higher, and achieve more, but you can't create employee engagement without designing employee experiences first. It's time to rethink your strategy and implement a real-world framework that focuses on how to create an organization where people want to show up to work. The Employee Experience Advantage shows you how to do just that.

Mark Levine Workscripts. Perfect Phrases for High-Stakes Conversations

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1567.56 руб.
What to say in today's toughest workplace situations Whatever trust previously existed between employer and employee has been torn into millions of pink slips, thanks to the latest recession. As a result, the rules for how managers and employees can successfully communicate have been irrevocably changed. Whether you're a manager or employee, Workscripts explains what to say in life's toughest situations at work, including: • Negotiating severance • Performance reviews • Responding to a pay cut • Asking for a raise or promotion • Terminating a friend • Job interviews • Dealing with difficult bosses • And many more

Rudyard Kipling Rewards and Fairies

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1089 руб.
Written as a sequel to Kipling's previous hit, "Puck of Pook's Hill", "Rewards and Fairies" continues where its predecessor left off. Like the first book, "Rewards" once again follows the tame adventures of little Dan and Una as their adventures with Puck give them new insights into England's fabulous past.

Sakthi K. Siva, Rani a. Selva Knowledge Sharing, Job Attitude and Ocb

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9064 руб.
This book was carried out to ensure about how employee sharing the knowledge, how interaction between group and analyze behavior of employee in an organization. It focuses about the attitude of the employee, knowledge sharing, and citizenship behavior of employee. This study helps to create framework of controlling knowledge process and attitude of employee and behavior changes of employee in an organization. This book contain number of information table, summary, useful diagrams. It provides an in-depth exposition of the three concepts: Knowledge sharing, Job attitude and organizational citizenship behavior. This study will help to organization to enhance them employee and employer relationship.

Saqib Aisha, Khan Aleem Ahmed, Sadiq Hina Role of HR Practices in Employee Retention

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6452 руб.
The main aim of the study is to investigate and determine the current human resource practices for the retention of core, competent and high performing employees in an organization i.e. PTCL (A Telecom Company, Karachi). It will assess the relationship between H.R. practices and retention. Market trends are shifting very quickly and with this remarkable change, now organizations have realized the truth that keeping the quality and correct number of work force could give them competitive advantage over their competitors. There are five important HR practices i.e. career development, supervisor support, work environment, rewards and organizational policies that influences employee retention directly.

Robert Högler External search strategy and innovation performance. Effects on employee loyalty in the German automotive industry

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3139 руб.
Master's Thesis from the year 2015 in the subject Economics - Innovation economics, grade: 1,3, , course: Innovation Management, language: English, abstract: External knowledge sources are nowadays commonly accepted to be an important element to a firm's innovative performance. Therefore, this research helps to get new insights into the level of a firm's openness behavior referring to its search strategy and innovation performance. Beyond that, I try to find evidence for employee loyalty between high performing and other firms. In detail, the subject here is to explore open innovation by analyzing what dimensions of firm's external search channels are affecting innovation outcomes and whether higher innovation performance could be related to employee loyalty and satisfaction in the R&D department of the German automotive industry. In this study three dimensions of external search strategies that affect firm's innovation performance are investigated. The two concepts of external search breadth and depth that both look into the subject of "how" firm's access external knowledge are introduced. The third concept shows the relevance of choosing the right partners for the innovation process out of a wide range of external sources emphasizing "with whom to interact with" (Arruda et al., 2013). Quantitative research within a mail survey was used for data collection purposes. Based on the survey, I found that searching intense and deeply pre...

Jack Wiley Strategic Employee Surveys. Evidence-based Guidelines for Driving Organizational Success

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4259.78 руб.
Praise for Strategic Employee Surveys «This is a must-read! If you want to bring your employee survey up to the next level—if you want to predict and drive your organizational outcomes, including customer satisfaction and business performance—if you want to move your business strategy and survey program closer together, then this is your book.»—Franz G. Deitering, Ph.D., SAP, and CEO, RACER Benchmark Group; former Chairman, IT Survey Group «[Wiley makes] an excellent, well-balanced approach to making the business case for employee surveys and providing reinforcement on the essential components—from purpose and development of the instrument to results analysis to action planning.»—Lawrence E. Milan, Senior Vice President, Human Resources, ING U.S. Insurance «This book does not get bogged down in statistical analyses, yet it features a healthy mix of the theoretical and the practical that works for the novice and the experienced survey program manager alike.»– Thomas E. Mitchell, Vice President, Northern Trust Company «The book's key concepts are illustrated with many specifics, especially survey content, and lots of fascinating 'war stories.' This book will become a well-thumbed volume by all who want to make the most of employee surveys.»—Allen I. Kraut, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Management, Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College, CUNY

Kwasi Kotoko Emmanuel, Attah Kumah Emmanuel, Konadu Amponsah Adelaide Information technology on human resource management functions (HRIS)

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8377 руб.
The purpose of this book is to explore the contribution of HRIS in HR functions through HRIS recruitment and selection, training and development, performance, monitoring and management, payroll and employee benefits, subsystems as perceived by HR managers and departmental heads in various organizations. This book shows that, training and development, payroll and employee benefits are the most frequently accepted and used HRIS features in the organization and that training and development relates positively to the effectiveness of HR functions.Most views observed HRIS contribution to efficiency of HR functions through HRIS Training Needs Analysis (TNA), succession planning, performance tracking and decision making, paycheck generation and salary administration as well as tracking and administering complex employee benefit plans as the greatest contribution of HRIS. However, the book talk about the need to provide a more competency to HRIS in order to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of HR functions in the organization.

Michael W. Lowenstein Employee Ambassadorship. Optimizing Customer-Centric Behavior from the Inside-Out and Outside-In

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4427 руб.
There have been a number of professional and academic studies, in multiple industries, linking employee attitudes and behaviors with the value customers perceive in their experiences. Through targeted research, and resultant training, communication, process, and reward and recognition programs, what we define as ambassadorship formalizes the direction in which employee engagement has been trending toward for years. Simply, the trend is optimizing employee commitment to the organization and its goals, to the company's unique value proposition, and to the customer. This is employee ambassadorship, a state beyond satisfaction and engagement where all employees are focused on, and tasked with, delivering customer value as part of their job description, irrespective of location, function or level. There is growing general agreement that both developing employee ambassadors and customer advocates should receive high priority and emphasis if an enterprise is going to be successful. What building ambassadorship does mandate, however, is that having employees focus on the customer will definitely drive more positive experiences and stronger loyalty behavior (for both stakeholder groups). Because antecedent approaches to employee engagement (through research and application) are principally about productivity and alignment, and offer an organization only modest insight about level or degree of customer-centricity, more connection between employee behavior and customer behavior buil...

Karen Moustafa Leonard, Fatma Pakdil Performance Leadership.

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Книга "Performance Leadership".A fearsome aspect of management is the performance appraisal. It has become a byword for unfairness and irritation among employees. Some management writers are even proposing in doing away with it. We agree that the current method of appraisal is unsustainable and counterproductive. In this book, we discuss Performance LeadershipTM - the idea of leading employee performance, which should be the focus of management. Just doing appraisal or evaluation is not enough. Managers must incorporate the entire model of performance management and use it to lead within their workgroup, department, or organization. We walk managers through the steps of Performance Leadership, discussing the benefits and pitfalls of each step. The idea of making performance management work as a leadership style is new and simple, but it takes dedication to complete the task. This book is valuable for supervisors, managers, human resource staff, and others - anyone who needs to manage performance!

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This study investigated the effect of demographic factors on employee commitment by making a comparison between different groups belonging to one single demographic factor. These demographic factors were age, gender, marital status, years of service in an organization, and the level of education. Participants were 60 full time university teacher, randomly selected from four public universities, located in Rawalpindi and Islamabad. Findings of study suggest that the importance of these factors should not be ignored in retaining employee, decreasing employee turnover intention and earning employee loyalty.

Marek Worsch A better Employee Motivation through the Application of Public Feedback Processes

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Inhaltsangabe:Abstract: The Diploma Thesis at hand considers the interdependence of employee motivation on the one and feedback and job appraisal processes in organisations on the other hand. Basically, today’s job appraisal procedures have one major disadvantage. They rarely comprise more than a subjective assessment of employee performance. This assessment is normally carried out by an employee’s superior. In this thesis, it will be argued that through the dynamics of bias and politics in organisations, the validity of job appraisal information is significantly distorted. Hereby, the effectiveness of job appraisals is affected negatively since they cannot serve as a reliable basis for personnel decisions. But more important, the distorted information is likely to result in overseeing or ignoring an individual’s achievements in the workplace. Lack of appreciation of one’s effort and, additionally, the feeling of being treated inequitably compared to co-workers may erode an employee’s motivation. However, in a world of accelerating globalisation and thus increasing competition, a motivated workforce is the key to an organisation’s success. The thesis will propose a potential solution for this dilemma - public feedback. This means that the information gained through job appraisals will not be discussed ‘one-on-one’, involving only superior and subordinate. Rather, the discussion is extended to the latter’s peers. The prerequisites for and the proceeding of this approach to emp...

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Feedback is the Foundation for Improving Employee Performance...but does it help employees realize their full potential? Does it even improve a company’s bottom line?Business educator Carol Sanford has spent 40 years developing people and systems to embed lasting innovation into daily work. Fortune 500 companies like Google, P&G and DuPont hired her to developo executives to rethink strategy, leadership, management and work design. By popular demand, her new book series takes on the most common toxic practices hurting business today and presents the surprising remedies to achieve extraordinary outcomes. Management depends on feedback to improve employee performance and the company’s bottom line. Peer reviews are often foundational to this process. But is this decades-old tradition getting the results you need? No More Feedback: Cultivating Consciousness at Work, Book 1 in Carol Sanford’s new Toxic Practice book series, breaks down the misconceived notions on feedback and reveals the systems needed to achieve the results business really want: employees fulfilling their potential.This book disrupts commonly-held beliefs by explaining: How feedback can (and often does!) ruin employee development. The impact of feedback on 3 core human capacities. The 6 premises to develop effective work systems and the people in them. How to see business as a living ecosystem set up for accelerating growth and success. The developmental alternative to feedback that leads to flourishing, self...

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Survey after survey across the U.S. Army continue to reveal broad concern about the Army's top-down performance evaluation system. Many claim that it drives behavior in organizations that not only inhibits the exercise of mission command, but also rewards image management over organizational leadership. Colonel Curtis Taylor takes a hard look at this system, its benefits and its cultural incentives. More importantly, he asks if the current system promotes or impedes the exercise of mission command. After examining the history of the Army's performance evaluation system and alternative models outside the military, Colonel Taylor concludes that a more holistic system that combines top-down evaluations, peer and subordinate evaluation, and objective testing might be a better approach.

Tehmina Batool The dimensions of psychological capital and their relationship with employee engagement

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Master's Thesis from the year 2012 in the subject Business economics - Personnel and Organisation, , course: Master of Commerce, language: English, abstract: Today's business environment is facing the challenges and problems to achieve effective performance by employees. The core construct of psychological capital or PsyCap (involving Hope, Self-efficacy, Optimism and Resilience) is associated with various employees attitudinal or performance effects. Therefore, the objective of this study is to investigate the influence of the dimensions of psychological capital (hope, optimism, self-efficacy and resilience) on employee engagement. The data is collected from 171 employees engaged in the Commercial Banks of Lahore through questionnaires. Data is analyzed with the help of Statistical Software SPSS 16. The correlation, regression analysis, histograms and descriptive statistics are analyzed. Self-efficacy, hope, optimism and resilience have positive and significant relationship with employee engagement. The conclusion, discussion, limitations are also included.

Shane Green Culture Hacker. Reprogramming Your Employee Experience to Improve Customer Service, Retention, and Performance

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Muhammad Naeem Analysis of different rewards at ABC House to improve employee.s performance

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Master's Thesis from the year 2014 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, grade: B, Glyndŵr University, Wrexham known as NEWI, course: MBA, language: English, abstract: The purpose of this research is to explore the most effective and best rewards to get the maximum performance from the employees' working in ABC in London. Extensive research will be conducted to determine the motivational rewards types to boost up the motivation of employees at work. Further to identification of major reward types; the advantages and disadvantages of each reward type will be highlighted to understand the rewards in broader spectrum. The purpose of this research is to determine the best motivational reward which can help in boosting the employees' performance to another level. The data can be collected either through primary data or by secondary data; combination of both data types are usually adopted to conduct an extensive research. The most effective and best reward type which helps to motivate the employees will be discussed in literature review (secondary data). Also the limitations related to each motivational reward type affecting the employees' motivation will also be discussed in the literature review of the research. Once the data is collected through secondary means; the next step is to determine the problems prevailing at ABC which are limitations in motivating the employees to perform well.Once data from both means (primary a...

Kudzanai Sibiya Establishing the Effects of Organizational Learning on Company Performance in the Road Haulage Business in Zimbabwe

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Master's Thesis from the year 2015 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, grade: 70.0, , course: Dissertation, language: English, abstract: This study was carried out to examine the nature of the relationship that exists between organizational learning and organizational performance of Zimbabwe's road haulage businesses. Literature on organizational learning and organizational performance was reviewed and a conceptual framework for the purpose of the study formulated. Information acquisition, information interpretation, information sharing, information quality and behaviour and cognitive changes were used to measure organizational learning. To measure organizational performance the researcher used financial, employee and market dimensions of company performance. Quantitative research methodology was used where data was gathered using a questionnaire. The questionnaire was carefully designed to collect the right data about organizational learning and organizational performance in the haulage business sector for analysis. A total of 120 questionnaires was administered where 105 were completed and returned. Out of the 105 questionnaires that were returned 2 had missing responses and these were discarded from data analysis. Thus, the study response rate was 85.8%.Statistical Package for the Social Sciences was used to analyse data. Descriptive statistics i.e. arithmetic means and standard deviations were used to describe how organiz...

ALEAZAR ALI GEBEYEHU Teachers. turnover

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Now a day, teachers' turnover is a serious and a huge problem throughout the world in general and in developing countries in particular. This book amazingly depicted the major causes of the problem and its solutions. The study revealed that the major causes of teachers' turnover in study area were: insufficient salary and non-salary benefits, low status accorded to teachers by community and government officials, students misbehavior, lack of praise and rewards based on performance from manager, peers and parents, and the absence of advancement based on teachers accomplishment. The study also portrayed the possible strategies to minimize teachers' turnover .These were: ameliorate salary and non-salary benefits, increasing status of teachers, minimize students' misbehavior, facilitating further education, and rendering recognition and respect for teachers based on performance.

Dina Gray Measurement Madness. Recognizing and Avoiding the Pitfalls of Performance Measurement

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A clearer, more accurate performance management strategy Over the past two decades, performance measurement has profoundly changed societies, organizations and the way we live and work. We can now access incredible quantities of data, display, review and report complex information in real time, and monitor employees and processes in detail. But have all these investments in collecting, analysing and reporting data helped companies, governments and people perform better? Measurement Madness is an engaging read, full of anecdotes so peculiar you'll hardly believe them. Each one highlights a performance measurement initiative that went wrong, explains why and – most importantly – shows you how to avoid making the same mistake yourself. The dangers of poorly designed performance measurement are numerous, and even the best how-to guides don't explain how to avoid them. Measurement Madness fills in the gap, showing how to ensure you’re measuring the right things, rewarding the behaviours that deserve rewarding, and interpreting results in a way that will improve things rather than complicate them. This book will help you to recognize, correct and even avoid common performance measurement problems, including: Measuring for the sake of measuring Assuming that measurement is an instant fix for performance issues Comparing sets of data that have nothing in common and hoping to learn something Using targets and rewards to promote certain behaviours, and achieving exactly the opposite ones. Reading Measurement Madness will enable you to design a simple, effective performance measurement system, which will have the intended result of creating value in your organization.

Wee Leong The Effectiveness of Performance Appraisal in the Private Education Industry in Malaysia

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Research Paper (postgraduate) from the year 2013 in the subject Organisation and Administration, , course: DBA, language: English, abstract: Employee performance appraisal is one of the most commonly used management tools especially in the United States and it has started being used in Malaysia about a couple of decades ago. As such performance appraisal is also one of the most widely discussed and researched areas in industrial/ organizational psychology (DeNisi, 1997; Murphy & Cleveland, 1995). The purpose of this study was to investigate the factors that contribute or affect the effectiveness of performance appraisal in the private education industry in Malaysia. Specifically, this study focused on the positive influence of these determining factors to the organization and the competitive advantage that the organization can achieve. This study also aimed to determine the factors of concern about the effective implementation of performance appraisal system. An integral part of this research was to develop and empirically test a model of effectiveness of performance appraisal in the context of the private education industry in Malaysia. Based on the concepts of Longenecker's and Fink's (1999) System Perspective and Greenberg's (1986) Organizational Justice Theory, this research used a questionnaire to assess Malaysian private education industry in terms of their cognition and perspective of the effective system design, managerial systems practices and system ...

Lora Reed Personality and Leadership as Dispatcher Retention Tools

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For over thirty years rapid technological advances, combined with increases in population and demographic shifts, have been among drivers of growth in 9-1-1 telecommunicator occupations. In the past decade, dispatcher retention has been further exacerbated by rapid telecommunication advancements, dynamic environmental stressors, and high-technology occupational opportunities. These change factors have resulted in an increased emphasis on E 9-1-1 staffing issues; they have created a need for employee retention strategies This case study examined relationships between personality and retention of 9-1-1 emergency telecommunicators. The study evaluates linkages between individual characteristics, contextual performance, servant leadership, and person-job fit, as related to dispatcher retention. Findings indicate significant relationships do exist between personality and employee retention, person-job fit, contextual performance, and servant leadership traits expressed as contextual performance in the sites examined. Further, findings of this study provide a sound case for on-going investigation of relationships between personality, Servant Leadership, and dispatcher retention.

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Employee Development has been passed from the state to the employer and now the employee. where does the buck stop?The states resources are being diverted to other developments other than employee, the organizations are restructuring,re-engineering, rightsizing,downsizing. hence we ask what role is the employer playing to give its employee a softer landing from these diverstating effects? what can the individual employee do to keep themselves abreast with the market demands hence seal the prevailing lacuna in career development and avert issues of retrenchment and being 'obsolete.

Jeremy Hall L. Managing and Measuring Performance in Public and Nonprofit Organizations. An Integrated Approach

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New edition of a classic guide to ensuring effective organizational performance Thoroughly revised and updated, the second edition of Managing and Measuring Performance in Public and Nonprofit Organizations is a comprehensive resource for designing and implementing effective performance management and measurement systems in public and nonprofit organizations. The ideas, tools, and processes in this vital resource are designed to help organizations develop measurement systems to support such effective management approaches as strategic management, results-based budgeting, performance management, process improvement, performance contracting, and much more. The book will help readers identify outcomes and other performance criteria to be measured, tie measures to goals and objectives, define and evaluate the worth of desired performance measures, and analyze, process, report, and utilize data effectively. Includes significant updates that offer a more integrated approach to performance management and measurement Offers a detailed framework and instructions for developing and implementing performance management systems Shows how to apply the most effective performance management principles Reveals how to overcome the barriers to effective performance management Managing and Measuring Performance in Public and Nonprofit Organizations identifies common methodological and managerial problems that often confront managers in developing performance measurement systems, and presents a number of targeted strategies for the successful implementation of such systems in public and nonprofit organizations. This must-have resource will help leaders reach their organizational goals and objectives.

Julius Nyerere Kawemba Motivation and Performance of Government-Aided Primary School Teachers in Kyampisi Sub-County, Mukono District, Uganda

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Stephan Dilchert Managing Human Resources for Environmental Sustainability

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Ronald Capelle G. Optimizing Organization Design. A Proven Approach to Enhance Financial Performance, Customer Satisfaction and Employee Engagement

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Optimizing Organization Design offers a comprehensive resource and valued guide for anyone interested in improving organization performance. The book presents an approach to optimizing organization design that is based on over 100 large scale projects and 23 research studies that have been completed by Capelle Associates over the past 25 years. In addition, the book includes insightful comments from executives on their success in using this approach. Capelle’s research and client experience reveal that optimizing organization design leads to better financial performance, customer satisfaction and employee engagement. It can provide a competitive advantage and a significant return on investment. It can also become the foundation of both strategy implementation and human resources management. Capelle shows that organization design includes the alignment of a number of critical factors, including positions (vertical and functional); accountabilities and authorities (managerial and cross functional); people; deliverables and tasks. He shows that manager – direct report alignment is the single most important organization design variable. His research also shows that it is suboptimal nearly half the time. This is a horrendous waste of talent and capability, but also provides a significant opportunity for improvement in organization performance. Optimizing Organization Design clearly explains how to implement organization design improvements. This approach includes people change management, project management, and a cascading, iterative approach that is based on teams and involves education, doing real work and feedback. In addition, Optimizing Organization Design includes special sections on the role of the Board of Directors, project management, process management and compensation. In addition, the author has included four case studies and a useful glossary.

Larry Myler Indispensable By Monday. Learn the Profit-Producing Behaviors that will Help Your Company and Yourself

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Separates fact from fiction for what makes an employee indispensable When trying to move ahead or even just keep a job, there are actions that would be of great advantage to any employee and there are strategies that are just plain stupid. Interestingly enough, the stupid strategies are used twice as frequently in corporate America. Indispensable By Monday goes beyond conventional wisdom to reveal and impart the skills and behaviors that any employee at any level of any organization can implement to bring substantial dollars to the company. Author Larry Myler and organizational performance consulting firm VitalSmarts asked 1,800 corporate leaders to identify the bottom-line behaviors that would make employees essential to their organizations. Now, Myler distills what he learned for every employee and employer. Indispensable By Monday outlines the profit-producing behaviors that distinguish workers who add value from those who don't, such as reducing company costs, increasing income, improving key processes, bringing back lost customers and more.

Darren Gleeson Tax Savings for 201 Employee Occupations

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Tax Savings for 201 Employee Occupations details tax saving strategies and ideas for 201 different employee occupations. It doesn’t matter what the occupation is, there are tax strategies that commonly apply to that occupation.Often employee taxpayers are unaware of all the tax saving strategies that are available. This is understandable as the Australian taxation system is extremely complicated and ever changing. Up to date information is the key to ensuring taxpayers are not paying more tax than necessary.The focus of this book is to educate and enlighten employee taxpayers about legal tax saving strategies that may apply to their specific occupation. Taxpayers should only pay the exact amount of tax they are legally required too and not a dollar more.

Joseph Katie Work-life programs enhances employee retention

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Edith Endale Personal Issues and Employee Performance. A study about the impulsive behavior and attitude of employees of public and private companies

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Doctoral Thesis / Dissertation from the year 2017 in the subject Business economics - Personnel and Organisation, , language: English, abstract: The purpose of this study is to ascertain that reprehensive behaviors at work in the public and private sectors in Cameroon result from personal issues and these issues can impede employee performance. In other words, the study is designed to investigate impulsive behavior and attitude of employees due to family/personal issues and to test the effects of these behaviors on performance. Online questionnaires were sent to 225 employees of public and private companies across the country. A total of 24 employees were sampled to be interviewed from both the public and private companies. The sample was given representation to both male and female using stratified random sampling. The collected data were analyzed using percentages, graphs and tables. Data was analyzed using descriptive statistics with the application of both qualitative and quantitative measures. The findings indicated that personal issues account for the reprehensible and disreputable behavior of employees that are often neglected by the organization not having structures to handle such issues. Findings showed that employees in the Public sector of Cameroon behave more irrationally than those in the private sector because they are unable to manage their personal issues which greatly affects their performance although employees in the private sector had some personal issues...

Christopher D. Lee Performance Conversations. An Alternative to Appraisals

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The Performance Conversations® model is an innovative approach to building partnerships for successful performance between managers and employees.If you hate performance appraisals, here is an alternative. Learn to:Use conversation instead of evaluation to describe and achieve great performance. Develop a sense of shared responsibility for performance results.Produce a work climate that creates and replicates success.Engage and empower employees using 21st-century management techniques.The Performance Conversations® model is a structured feedback and supervision system that uses continuous dialogue and adjustments to manage work efforts, outcomes, and behaviors.

Wayne Eckerson W. Performance Dashboards. Measuring, Monitoring, and Managing Your Business

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Tips, techniques, and trends on harnessing dashboard technology to optimize business performance In Performance Dashboards, Second Edition, author Wayne Eckerson explains what dashboards are, where they can be used, and why they are important to measuring and managing performance. As Director of Research for The Data Warehousing Institute, a worldwide association of business intelligence professionals, Eckerson interviewed dozens of organizations that have built various types of performance dashboards in different industries and lines of business. Their practical insights explore how you can effectively turbo-charge performance–management initiatives with dashboard technology. Includes all-new case studies, industry research, news chapters on «Architecting Performance Dashboards» and «Launching and Managing the Project» and updated information on designing KPIs, designing dashboard displays, integrating dashboards, and types of dashboards. Provides a solid foundation for understanding performance dashboards, business intelligence, and performance management Addresses the next generation of performance dashboards, such as Mashboards and Visual Discovery tools, and including new techniques for designing dashboards and developing key performance indicators Offers guidance on how to incorporate predictive analytics, what-if modeling, collaboration, and advanced visualization techniques This updated book, which is 75% rewritten, provides a foundation for understanding performance dashboards, business intelligence, and performance management to optimize performance and accelerate results.

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