"To allow an employee to feel undervalued is the most guaranteed way to dissipate their motivation levels", says HR Daily Community blogger Mark Robinson. He writes about effective reward programs here, and we wrap up the rest of the week's blog posts.
In "tough-stuff conversations" managers should be clear in their communication, clear in their intent, and get to the point by using direct language, say authors Darren Hill, Alison Hill and Dr Sean Richardson.
The Northern Territory Department of Education and Training is seeking an experienced Workforce Development Consultant to join its Human Resource Services Division to develop strategies and policies that enhance workforce capability and improve performance.
Late last year, changes to employment law increased the risk for HR practitioners to be named and penalised personally in the course of doing their job. In response to these changes, AHRI launched AHRI ProCover - a professional indemnity master policy - free for professional members.
Consistently engaging employees in performance discussions makes achieving individual, team and organisational goals much easier, says HR Daily Community blogger Melany Gallant. Here she outlines practical ways for HR professionals to foster a feedback-rich culture. Plus, we wrap up the week's blog posts.