Sort By: Relevance Date Title 62 62 Results CLEAR ALL FILTERS Article - MANAGING The End of the Performance ReviewIf you want a high-performance organization with highly engaged employees, you have to reverse the destructive effects of conventional performance management. Article - MANAGING The Need for Name-Blind HiringWould you be more likely to hire a Greg Johnson than a Xuiying Zhang? Find out why name-blind hiring is a no-brainer. Article - MANAGING Are You Derailing Valuable Feedback?Effective conflict management is one of the most important skills we can acquire. The next time you receive feedback, make sure you don’t switch tracks. Article - MANAGING Social Media Policy: Can You Fire Someone for a Nasty Tweet?Creating a social media policy is absolutely necessary in today’s workplace. Learn what every employer should know about the law and social media. Article - MANAGING Lying: Why Employees Do ItLying. Why do people do it? The simple answer is that they think they can get away with it. But what makes them think that? Article - MANAGING Are Candidates Giving You Fake References?Have you ever bent the truth when applying for a job? Most of us have. It turns out that probably more people than you think are giving you fake references. Article - MANAGING The Value of Learning and DevelopmentCutting learning and development (L&D) costs can save money in the short term, but research suggests it may have detrimental effects on business. Article - MANAGING Take Our Kids to Work DaySean Slater, Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing with Homewood Health, shares his experience with the national annual Take Our Kids to Work Day.