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Is it Possible to Make Performance Management Work for Your Organisation?

perf mangWith a lot of calls to have formal performance reviews terminated, a lot of employers are asking, is it possible to make performance management work for your business?

While some people say reviews should be replaced by on-going staff discussions, Performance management expert, Dallas Burgess, believes formal performance reviews can still be a viable option.

Burgess is endorsed by the Psychology Board of Australia to practice in organisational psychology and has helped a number of organisations optimise their performance management and help meet strategic delivery objectives.

He highlights that management’s core function has always been to regularly talk to employees about their performance, however this isn’t enough to ensure the company’s goals are met. Find out what he says is necessary at: http://www.hcamag.com/features/making-performance-management-work-for-your-organisation-212871.aspx