Some of the major obstacles for companies hitting their big targets come from a lack of transparency and alignment between employees and teams. But as studies such as Robert Kaplan and D. P. Norton’s The Strategy-Focused Organization for Harvard Business School have shown, only 7% of employees “fully understand their company’s
Ah, the dreaded performance appraisal is looming. That uncomfortable hour every month, quarter and year-end when you and your employees sit face-to-face. After the ceremonies culminate, you’ll both leave the meeting feeling bewildered, deflated and even worse despondent. The good news: this worst-case scenario is avoidable. And, not only is
HR and Ops are no strangers to acronyms but in our opinion some are far more important than others for achieving business success. One such acronym that is on our radar a lot here at StaffCircle is OKR. In this post, we’ll tell you why you should be embracing it
Don’t put your workforce through the pain of tedious and time-consuming tasks. There are tools out there that will do those tasks for them, leaving them to get on with what really matters.