In a world where the rules of engagement have changed and developing and nurturing your people holds the key to success, building and finding a performance culture seems for many as elusive as it's ever been. And it's never been so important.
2023 - The year of the 'perfect' (or not-so-perfect) storm
With businesses looking to protect their bottom line, we are seeing a laser focus on performance. 40% of HR Directors say their main performance management priority is to enhance perfromance, compared to just 31% in 2022.
Now is time to put into practice what we've been preaching
Only half of the workforce believes their organisation promotes a strong performance management culture, begging questions around why this is and how the issue can be rectified.
The delusion of managers means they're missing the mark
This year's survey suggests that managers aren't meeting the expectations of their employees. But why? One factor could be that nearly half (48%) of managers find it hard to manage in a hybrid enviornment.
Employees are worried about job security
We found that a quarter of employees don't feel secure in their current role and are concerned about: redundancy in their own role (44%), pay cuts or freezes (51%) or redundancy in the wider team (34%).
The future of the workforce needs more support
42% of 18-24 year olds say that lack of support and guidance are their top concerns in their work life, a huge rise compared to all other age categories surveyed.
Advanced Clear Review
Advanced Clear Review allows for the setting and tracking of clear, agile goals, encourages regular conversations between management and employees, and provides staff the opportunity to give and receive feedback to and from co-workers. Improve communication, engagement and well-being, resulting in a happier, more productive work force.