Subjectivity in performance appraisals

There is a general feeling that performance appraisals are subjective and that when managers rate their team members, a certain bit of bias seems to creep in.  This thought process leads to un-necessary friction between the managers and employees. Can…

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Take the pain out of appraisals – Employee Management

Take the pain out of appraisals By C. Mahalingam Supportive working environment is a key factor influencing employee performance. Focusing on contributions of the employee and how they can become even better at their jobs, instead of numbers and ratings,…

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Employees, valued yet ignored?

Employees, valued yet ignored? BY C. MAHALINGAM Ram Charan observed in one of his many best-selling titles, Talent Masters, “If only organisations managed money the way they manage people, they would have become bankrupt.” This observation is not to be…

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