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5 ways to increase Employee Accountability

Employees can be pressurised to work harder or made accountable to increase their contribution. The former approach will only succeed in breaking the employees, forcing some to leave the organisation and look for better opportunities.

It is the latter approach that should be encouraged. It will make sure that employees take initiative and seek ideas for innovation. Read on to learn how to make employees more accountable.

Recognition, the most powerful performance enhancer at the workplace

Every business needs to stay away from “psychological recession” where stress, fear, anger and focus on uncertainty and rumours drive the employees’ energy and morale down. The theory of recognition has been around for 2,500 years, but nowadays, in the modern business world, people in managing positions do not implement it as often as they should. Read more to see how recognition can affect employee performance.

Psychological Biases: The bane of Performance Reviews

How would your employees react if they got to know their performance is not going to be reviewed? Pandemonium, right?  Performance reviews are essential for both the managers as well as the employees.
Though what if they were biased? Would they be just as effective?

Click here to understand what are the biases you need to avoid while making performance reviews.

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