Financial “wellness” in the workplace is a relatively new concept. Definitions also vary. Yet one thing is clear: U.S. workers have developed some pretty bad money habits, and organizations are realizing they’d better tend to their employees’ financial well-being as a way to maintain and improve their own fiscal health.“If employees don’t save for retirement and budget well, that could become a burden on a company,” said Steve Vernon, consulting research scholar at Stanford University’s Center on Longevity. (more…)
Working Out Retirement
In life we make the challenge of finding employment even harder by telling our children — our young people entering the workforce — to look for jobs where few jobs exist for them.
We tell them to go to school K-12th grade and graduate (great).
And then we tell them to go to college and graduate (still great).
And then we tell them to go and work for a big company or government. Neither of which are hiring. This is not a knock on big companies or government. We need both in society. But the reality is that big companies actually grow based on ‘efficiencies,’ not more people. That’s the business truth.
The reality is that the majority of jobs come from small businesses, entrepreneurs, start-ups and shoot ups, in year 3-7. (more…)
10 Secrets to an Effective Performance Review: Examples and tips on employee performance evaluation, writing employee reviews, a sample performance review and employee evaluation forms shows you how to conduct positive, valuable assessments that lead to maximizing staff performance and helping your employees achieve their professional goals and your organization’s objectives.
Use Business Management Daily’s practical advice for writing employee reviews and conducting performance evaluations. Don’t forget to reference our sample performance review and employee evaluation forms for your own staff assessments.
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Performance Review Examples and Tips: #1
Use performance logs to simplify writing employee reviews (more…)