The “why” in performance evaluations

Consulting guru Alan Weiss writes, in his February newsletter,  that “We often believe that praise will help people solidify improvements and continue to grow, and critique will often correct poor performance and help people to do better.” That is often the underlying assumption in performance discussion, even the appraisal event. However, Weiss goes on to …

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Remembering the words “job related” can save time, money and heartache

The history of HR is rife with decisions based on whether a question, or a skill or a test is “job related.” Case after case has shown that having a job requirement that is not actually job related may have an adverse impact on protected classes and thus would not be considered legal. Strength requirements …

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